Indian girl Ariha Shah will remain in German custody: Court said - can't believe that the girl got hurt by mistake

Indian girl Ariha Shah will remain in German custody: Court said - can't believe that the girl got hurt by mistake

Jun 17, 2023 - 20:44
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Indian girl Ariha Shah will remain in German custody: Court said - can't believe that the girl got hurt by mistake

Germany's Pankow court refused to hand over the custody of 27-month-old baby girl Ariah Shah to her Indian parents. Ariha is in the custody of Germany's Youth Welfare Office since September 2021. Germany took custody of Ariha's parents after accusing them of hurting her.
According to reports, the court on Friday refused to accept that Ariha was injured in a minor accident. After the court's decision, Ariha's parents have said that they have full faith in Prime Minister Narendra Modi and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar to bring Ariha back to India.
When the court refused to hand over the custody of Ariha. After this, Ariha's mother appealed in court that the custody of her daughter is given to the Indian Welfare Services. So that they do not go away from their Indian values.
Mother Dhara said that Ariha is going away from her customs as well. We didn't eat meat, but in foster care, he has to eat all this. Whereas, we belong to the Jain community.
In 2021, Ariha was about 7 months old. Then his grandmother had gone to Germany. Due to his mistake, Ariha's private part got hurt. After seeing blood in the diaper, the parents took Ariha to the hospital. Here he was accused of sexual abuse by the German Child Care Unit. After this, the child was sent to foster care away from the parents.
Germany's foreign minister said - the matter is pending in the court, only after the decision will be decided
The girl's parents have been talking to the Ministry of External Affairs of India for the past year. He had also said to intervene in the matter. Germany's ambassador, Philipp Ackermann, said a week ago that he was aware of the seriousness of the issue.
German Foreign Minister Annalena Bierbock said the child's well-being is a priority. The agency takes custody of the child only if the child is not safe at home. Presently the matter is pending in the court. Something can be said about this only after the verdict.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer
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