Kochi: The over one-year-old boy, claimed by Anupama to be her son, will be brought from Andhra Pradesh to Kerala tonight.
A four-member team from Kerala had reached Andhra Pradesh to bring the infant to conduct a DNA test to ascertain his parentage.
The team comprising a female cop took possession of the child from the teacher couple.
The Andhra Pradesh Council for Child Welfare held and that of Kerala authorities held talks with the couple.
The child will be taken care of by a person already selected by the authorities. The caretaker will take the child for a DNA test at Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Biotechnology sometime in the next two days.
Meanwhile, Anupama has come out with another allegation that the child was sent out of the state under illegal child trafficking; the Child Welfare Committee has no license to carry out child adoption.
The matter became controversial after
Anupama accused her family, including her father and a CPM leader P S Jayachandran who is a CPM leader, of snatching away her son by keeping her in dark.
Anupama is continuing her protest in front of the
Kerala State Council for Child Welfare KSCCW office in support of her demands in Thiruvananthapuram which includes expulsion of its chairperson N Sunanda and General Secretary Shiju Khan whom she accuses of helping her family displace her son.
Last year Anupama begot the child through her partner Ajith who was married which was not to the liking of her parents.
Ajith separated from his first wife in January this year. Anupama and Ajith are strong communist leaders.
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