Sagarika Ghose: Good evening, we're focusing tonight on a little boy who today on Raksha Bandhan day has no one to tie a rakhi on him. Nor did this little boy get the love of his parents. Instead, when his mother died when he was a healthy one-year-old, his own father and stepmother unleashed three years of such terrible violence on him, that he developed 17 fractures, multiple strokes, today has cerebral palsy and is classified as 90 per cent disabled. Retired Army Officer Lalit Balhara and his wife Preeti have been convicted by a sessions court of baby battering with intention to kill. The sentencing is awaited, should the harshest possible punishment be given to this inhuman, cruel even evil couple who attacked a helpless, mother-less three year old year after year. Joining us battered baby victim, now a 13-year-old with cerebral palsy, Savitri Verma, grandmother of victim, Anjali, aunt of victim, Shanta Sinha, Chairperson, National Commission for Protection of Child Rights, Dr Amit Sen, Child %26 Adolescent Psychiatrist, Director, Children First.