Paternity row: Rohit gives blood samples

Paternity row: Rohit gives blood samples

Rohit Shekhar, the youth claiming to be the biological son of Congress leader N D Tiwari, gave his blood samples along with his mother Ujjawala Sharma in the Delhi High Court in connection with a paternity suit.

The duo made themselves available before a Joint Registrar to give their blood samples. A doctor and nurse took the blood samples for the DNA test in the chamber of Joint Registrar Deepak and in front of Garg Bahar-U-Barqi, the counsel for Tiwari.

Earlier, the High Court had asked the 86-year-old Tiwari to give his blood sample but the order was modified by the Supreme Court on May 24 which was communicated to the Joint Registrar by the counsel for 32-year-old Rohit Shekhar.

The counsel referred to the Supreme Court order which said the Congress leader would be giving his blood sample at his residence in Dehradun, Uttarakhand on May 29.

“In pursuance of the aforesaid modification in the order of the High Court, respondent number two (N D Tiwari) would be giving his blood sample for the DNA profile test at his residence in Dehradun,” the lawyer said. 

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