Shweta Tiwari has been granted custody case of her five-year-old son, Reyansh Kohli, by the Bombay High Court. The court refused to grant the custody to his father, estranged husband of Shweta Tiwari - Abhinav Kohli. However, according to a report, Kohli has been giving visitation rights. Abhinav can now speak with his son via video conferencing every day for half-an-hour. The court also granted Kohli permission to visit his son Reyansh on weekends for two hours.
According to reports, Abhinav Kohli and Shweta Tiwari can work out the modalities of everything over the next few days. Furthermore, the division bench of Justices SS Shinde and N J Jamadar said that the paramount consideration must be given to the welfare of the minor and not the legal rights of the parents, statutory or customary. The report stated that the court even observed the allegations of neglect and lack of care towards Tiwari, and the allegations against Kohli.
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