Lucknow: UP government to bring historical bill to punish Children if they leave their parents in their old age

The upcoming decision by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is poised to usher in a transformation for individuals who neglect their elderly parents. A new legislation is in the works, aiming to impose stringent penalties on offspring who abandon their ageing parents. The aim of this step is to make children aware of their traditional responsibilities and to stop the growing anti-social forces in society. Its proposal will soon be presented in the UP Assembly.

Yogi Adityanath approaches anything with a very clear thought process. Keeps law and order very secure and takes strict decisions. Parents raise their children all their lives and struggle to fulfil their dreams and needs, and when these parents grow old, some people start considering them as a burden. Yogi government has started working on a law to correct such people.

CM Yogi’s target is such individuals who claim rights over their parents’ property but render those same parents homeless. CM Yogi is now going to bring such a strict law that no one in UP will be able to show the cruelty of leaving their parents destitute in their old age.

India is a country where parents are considered before God. Here we use words like respectable for parents. But it is also true that the condition of many elderly parents in India is very bad and their children stop taking care of them in old age. Meaning is left with vacant property. Far from taking up their responsibilities in old age, they even throw them out of the house or send them to old age homes.

Many children maintain a relationship with their parents as long as they have access to money, and as soon as they get this property, they leave their parents. But this will not work anymore because the Yogi Adityanath government is going to bring such a strict law in which children who misbehave with their parents can be evicted from their property. Apart from this, such people will also have to pay an allowance for the care of their parents. The most important thing is that the UP government and the UP police will also help such parents in this entire process.

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