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Parents Who Kidnap Boy Caught When They Try To Disinherit Him

An Indian man was given an astonishing reason when he learned that he has been disinherited by his parents: He was not their real son and had in fact been kidnapped by them from his real parents in 1972.

Sunil Kumar, 42, from the city of Jaipur, in northern India, said he was stunned when they told him the truth, thinking that it would justify their decision to disinherit him. But he turned the tables by reporting them to the cops for kidnapping - and he may still get everything they own sooner than planned after lawyers said he was entitled to compensation for his ordeal.

The man has filed a legal complaint against the couple he claims took him from his home when he was two months old and raised him with the aid of forged papers.

Police inspector Satya Narayan Singh who is investigating the matter said: "The man, Sunil Kumar, says that Ramesh and Neelam Rani brought him to Jaipur from Punjab when he was two months old. The couple had kidnapped him from his lawful parents."

The officer said that Kumar had found out when they disowned him, and asked him to vacate their property because he was not their son.

He said he was now trying to find out information about his real parents so he could contact them.

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