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Thursday, November 4, 2010

Asha Bhosale's daughter-in-law moves family court for divorce

Nov 2, 2010

A a family court in suburban Bandrahas ordered Hemant Bhosale, music director and son of playback singer Asha Bhosale, to pay Rs 25,000 per month as interim maintenance to his wife Sajidah alias Rama Bhonsale who has sought divorce on the grounds of cruelty.

The order was delivered recently by the court which is hearing Sajidah's divorce petition alleging that she was ill-treated since her marriage in 1985.

"He humiliated me and finally deserted me in 2003 for an English woman," Sajidah, who retired as an airhostess from Air-India last year, said in her petition in which she claimed monthly maintenance of Rs five lakh.

However, Sajidah has not made any allegations against her mother-in-law.
Sajidah said she had to buy a flat in suburban Andheri by obtaining loan while her husband was supporting an English woman at their bungalow in Panchgani hill station near Pune and in Scotland where he has a property spread over 59 acres.

Sajidah claimed that her husband had sold many properties in Scotland and England and got substantial amount. She said she had spent all her savings and had nothing left.

Hemant Bhosale, 61, argued that Sajidah was not entitled to maintenance as she was earning and had a good income. He said he did not own any property in Mumbai and added that the Panchgani bungalow belonged to his mother.

However, Bhosale said, he owned a property in Scotland jointly with an English woman and it was bought to facilitate the education of their only daughter who is now in her 20s.

Sajidah is represented by her lawyer Flavia Agnes while Bhosale's lawyer is Shilpi Shyamani.

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