In a peculiar case filed before the Haridwar District Court, a mother has moved against her son and daughter-in-law alleging that they are causing her mental torture by not having a child [Sadhna Prasad v Sagar]..The plaintiff has sought a direction to the couple to provide her with the happiness of a grandchild within a year, failing which they should compensate her with ₹5 crores. .The parents and brothers of the daughter-in-law have also been added as parties to the suit.As per the suit, she has a sole son, who is currently a pilot with a reputed airline. She stated that she raised him with a lot of love and aided his education in the United States. The plea stated that with his future in mind, the plaintiff got her son married in 2016. ."After marriage, with great hope and faith, the opposite parties were sent to Thailand for honeymoon,” the suit said..The plaintiff also submitted that she gave the couple about ₹5 lakh to spend on their honeymoon..She further said that to take care of her son, spent nearly ₹2 crores. The plaint then proceeded to list out the money spent by the plaintiff. "That the plaintiff got the opposite party no.1 trained in the USA to fly for which a fee of ₹35 lakhs was paid by the plaintiff. Apart from this, cost of living in the USA of about ₹20 lakhs was borne by the applicant and for the happiness of opposite parties 1 and 2, the petitioner bought an Audi A6 car costing ₹65 lakhs on loan from PNB Bank for them to roam around," the plea stated.However, the couple was functioning as per the wishes of the daughter-in-law's family members who had even taken control over their son's salary, the suit alleged..The plaintiff further alleged that the daughter-in-law was quarrelsome and began threatening the plaintiff and her husband with false cases.Due to this, they published an advertisement in the newspaper to eject the couple from their life property. However, the couple conspired to move to Hyderabad, after which they ceased communication with the plaintiff and her husband..Following this, the plaintiff urged the couple to bear a grandchild but then the couple began to put up a facade of being separated, the plea claimed. According to the suit, the plaintiff is suffering mental pain and harassment since she is being deprived of a grandchild. She also expressed her distress at people taking jabs at her for the same.“That after the date of marriage dated December 9, 2016 till May 6, 2022, even after many years has elapsed, the plaintiff has been deprived of the happiness of the grandson and granddaughter,” it was submitted. .It was her argument that her lineage would end due to the acts of the couple.“Due to it the applicant is suffering immense mental pain which cannot be compensated by anything," the suit explained. .Therefore, the plea sought a direction from the court that the plaintiff and her husband be given a grandchild within a year. A direction was also sought to the family of the daughter-in-law to not intervene in the married life of the couple. Alternatively, it was prayed that should these directions not be implemented, the petitioner shall be granted ₹5 crores by way of compensation for mental suffering..The plea was filed through Advocate AK Srivastava.