UP: Those who do not serve elderly parents will not be happy anymore, Yogi government will bring law to take back property


The property of the children who do not serve the elderly parents will be taken back, as well as children or relatives who live in the old house but do not take care of them will also be expelled from the house. The Uttar Pradesh State Law Commission (UPSLC) has submitted a proposal in this regard to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Under this, a proposal has been submitted to amend the 'Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act-2007'.

The proposal states that if an elder complains that his children do not take care of him, then the registry and donation of property given to his child by the parents will be canceled. The proposal also states that if a child or relative lives with them in the house of the elderly and abuses them. If they do not take care of them then they will be removed from the house.

In fact, UPSLC in its earlier report submitted after studying law was told that many times children only expel their old parents from their property or they are forced to evict them from their home. They behave, keeping in mind these proposals are being made.

The report also states that in most cases it has also been observed that children occupy a large part of the property and give parents a small portion to live. Therefore, this law is very important for the better living of the elderly.