Mausumi Chatterjee approached the High Court to take care of her daughter

Mausumi Chatterjee has accused her son-in-law of not taking proper care of her daughter Payal. Payal is a diabetic patient.
Mausumi Chatterjee approached the High Court to take care of her daughter

Mumbai Veteran actress Mausumi Chatterjee and her husband Jayant Mukherjee have approached the Bombay High Court to take care of their daughter Pawel, who is in a coma. He has accused his son-in-law Dicky Sinha of not taking proper care of his daughter. Payal is a diabetic patient. Payal married businessman Dicky Sinha in 2010.

In a petition filed in the High Court, Jayant and Mausumi have sought to hand over the care of their daughter to them. He says he is not being allowed to see his 44-year-old sick daughter. She has appealed to the court to give her son-in-law the responsibility of taking care of her daughter.

The petition states that Payal has been in a coma since April 2017. He was released from the hospital in April this year. Since then her husband has been taking care of her at her home in Khar, Mumbai. Payal has not been allowed to see her and other family members since she came home. A division bench of Justice BP Dharmadhikari and Justice SV Kotwal sought reply from Dicky Sinha. The matter will also come up for hearing on Saturday.


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