New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Friday is expected to deliver a decision on the ND Tiwari paternity row. Rohit Shekhar, who claims to be the senior Congress leader's biological son had challenged the high court's order. The court had earlier noted that Tiwari cannot be forced to give his blood samples for a DNA test.
The court had on February 28 reserved its order on Shekhar's plea which said the single-judge bench had failed to deal with Tiwari's "dismissive conduct" against its previous order to give his blood sample to decide his paternity suit.
The court had failed to consider if 86-year-old Tiwari is not compelled to submit his blood sample in compliance with the high court's earlier order, it would be difficult for him to get justice, Rohit had said in his plea against Tiwari, a former governor of Andhra Pradesh and a multi-term chief minister of undivided Uttar Pradesh and later of Uttarakhand....more
07:12 AM, Apr 27, 2012
New Delhi: A DNA report, placed before the Delhi High Court on Wednesday, said that Rohit Sekhar, who claimed to be veteran Congress leader ND Tiwari's biological son, was not fathered by the man whom his mother had married. The report of the Hyderabad-based Centre for DNA, Fingerprinting and Diagnostics (CDFD) on DNA profiling of Rohit, his mother Ujjawala Sharma and her husband BP Sharma was placed in a sealed...
09:17 PM, Feb 15, 2012