Family court’s order on Japanese children’s custody Jan 29Family court’s order on Japanese children’s custody Jan 29Family court’s order on Japanese children’s custody Jan 29Family court’s order on Japanese children’s custody Jan 29
BSS: A family court in Dhaka yesterday set January 29 for passing its judgment over the custody of two children of Bangladesh-born US citizen Imran Sharif and his wife Japanese citizen Eriko Nakano.
Judge Durrana Rahman of Dhaka Family Court set the date after hearing arguments of the two parties.
The High Court on August 31, 2021, had ordered Sharif Imran and Nakano Eriko to live at a Gulshan flat together for 15 days with their two daughters. The court had asked Department of Social Services to look over the matter and the commissioner of Dhaka Metropolitan Police is being asked to ensure the safety of this family.
The court finally came up with its order as the estranged couple failed to reach a consensus on where and with whom their two daughters Makano Jasmine Malika, 11, and Makano Laila Lina, 9, will live, in spite of repeated instructions from the court.
The Supreme Court however, on February 13, 2022, said, until the disposal of the case by Dhaka family court, the two children will remain in the custody of their mother, while their father can meet them in the house.