Couple punished by Norway Court – December 4, 2012 – In an emergency meeting of God Believers Association (GBA), a registered NGO that promotes Human Rights and fights for their rights on national and international level, held here today and examined the case of Norway Child Case from humanitarian angle.
The GBA urges Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg to persuade the Judiciary either to re-probe the case or pardon the couple, since they are innocent; it seems charges framed against them are not true, and the couple denied the allegations.
GBA also helps to get due justice in cases like Norway Child abuse Cases. But it favors punishment only to those who are guilty, proved beyond doubt, or those who confess their guilt.
Even those who confess their guilt are recommended reprimand rather than punishment being their first offence since punishment is not the only right answer to prevent abuses of human rights.
In this case, the circumstances strongly suggest that the charges leveled by the Norway authorities seem to be exaggerated since the couple has denied the charges of hurting their son as alleged; over and above there was no reason for them why they should have tortured their seven year son to the extent of burning and beating.
An Oslo court on Tuesday has convicted the Indian couple from Andhra Pradesh for allegedly abusing their child.
The court has sentenced the child’s father Chandrasekhar Vallabhaneni, a software professional from Andhra Pradesh to 18 months jail and to his wife Anupama an imprisonment of 15 months is awarded.
I, Dr. Raj Baldev, Cosmo Theorist, President of God Believers Association (GBA), being the humble president of his mission, hold due regard for the Oslo court but I feel to submit and pray that the investigation on which the punishment has been announced needs re-probing.
As per the circumstances and the psychology of Indian parents of this status of the case, it warrants re-probing.
The charges are wild which probably look to be concocted by some other Agency or conspiracy and that is required to be re-investigated to find out the real facts.
In the circumstances, GBA respectfully submit to Norwegian Prime Minister Jen Stoltenberg of the Norwegian Labour Party,that India, Indians or its NGOs all respect the laws of Norway and their country’s constitution.
At the same time if it is realized at some stage that the punishment is awarded based on wrong probing or exaggerated charges, it is expected in the end of justice that the Norway authorities would be kind enough to look into the matter again, either for pardoning them or to re-probe the charges, since according to our sources, the couple is innocent.
The charge of burning and hitting seems to be highly exaggerated and must be re-probed or the couple be pardoned to meet the end of justice. (Photo courtesy Wikipedia).