Dear Sir/ Madam,
I had filled a petition of section 12 for interiem visitation rights to meet my Daughter who is 21 months old. Court has passed orders that my wife has to bring my daughter every first and third friday from 3 PM to 5 PM and transportation cost of 500 per visit has to borne by me for which i have agreed. My wife has brought my daughter twice as per schedule . My Problem is that my wife when ever we have meet in court has fighted with me in front of my daughter and now my daughter is afraid of me and when she comes to me she cries a lot and my wife is not cooperating with me and when she comes she stays in children room fror max 30 min and then goes to the Judge and tells her that child is crying and judge calls me and says that she is not comfortable so let her go and at the same time Judge also tells my wife to cooperat which she is not willing to . In last meeting judge told that if my daughter will not be comfortable with me then court will asses that my wife is responcibale for that. I told judge that my daughter has not meet me since last 18 months so that is why she is unable to recognise me and i asked judge that when my daughter will start goeing to play school at that time also she will cry and when she will finish play school and go to regular school at that time she will also cry at that time also my wife will say that as she is crying i dont want her to go to school or she will cooperate and will this court will go with her decission. Judge was convinced with my statement made in his chamber and directed her to cooperate. I know very well she will not cooperate as from beigning of our seperation she demanded me to apart from my widow mother being only son i disaggred and my wife told that when i will separate then only she will allow me to meet my daughter. SIR WHAT TO DO IF SHE DOES NOT COOPERATE AND COMES AS PER SCHEDULE AND LEAVE WITHIN HALF N HOUR FROM CHILDRENS ROOM ON THE GROUND OF CHILD IS CRYING AND IS NOT COMFORTABLE.
SIR WAITING FOR YOUR ADVICE AS IT TOOK 1 YEAR FOR ME TO GET VISITATION RIGHTS