Posted: 10 November 2012 at 5:58pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by ramya567
Originally posted by gmhatcher
You're kidding right? Shweta knew/ knows that Indu is not hers, there's a major gap in the action because Zara apparently had something happen 8 years ago that she doesn't remember. The fact that MK gave Rishi the blood sample calls into question who's blood was it.
Shweta the doctor married Rishi knowing he loved his wife and carried indira's baby hoping to replace her. That she might have just as easily had a hand in the out come of the DNA test would not be all that surprising. Seems to me Shweta cheated herself.
Legally,ethically and morally Indu is shweta child.A mother means she must either give birth or must do parenting.Zara/indira did not do these .Its shweta who did both the things so she will be the mother for Indu.If forums and cv's or rishi say shweta is not mother of Indu its not tht in real world.Law will support shweta.
Indira is nothing more than a donor.For that case Rishi and Indira marriage status is alos nullified as Indira is not with him for 8 years.Shweta is Rishi's legal wife.
guys just for sake of zashi and INSHi dnt lose ur practicality and logic
Zara / Indira was never given the chance to do any of this... when she went to the doctor's because she thought she was pregnant she was told she had a brain tumor...so she never knew she was pregnant. Ethically you could say that Shweta stole her baby, she was part of a procedure where there was no full disclosure to the patient (Indira never knew, so how could they ethically implant her embryo into Shweta ?). So wouldn't this make Indira more of a victim of theft?
Morally? because there was no good intent from the beginning how could anything that followed be morally correct? Had the intent been good from the beginning Indu would have been told the circumstances behind her birth and the amount of secrecy that surrounds Indira's name would not exist. Children raised with the truth often have a better chance at being well adjusted adults when that truth is tempered with love. That no one has told Indu the truth is more than a little bit evident in her search for it ( she doesn't know what the truth is but she does know that there is a greater truth that she is not a part of). Ever person in that house who is over the age of ten is lying ( granted by omission) but lying nonetheless to that child. Where are the good morals in that?
As for Rishi and Indira, he has acknowledged Shweta to the general public as his wife but not in his heart nor his home. After 8 years of marriage and no consummation I would say that's more of a roommate situation than a marriage. He has always told the one's that matter ( his family, her family, and Shweta) that Indira is his only wife. So there is no confusion on where Shweta stands in his life. That Shweta chooses to believe after those 8 years that something will change says more about her character than his. There hasn't been an iota of softening towards her and the friendship that was there before Indira died has morphed into a tacit form of indifference (which is worse than hate because at least then there is some strong emotion behind the feeling).
I won't even touch on the legality of what all has happened because legally this all looks like it could shape up to be an incredible mess. However if Indira was not aware of her pregnancy and Shweta stole that embryo there is a lot of legal misconduct that no court system in the world is actually equipped to deal with.
And too the whole mothering issue Shweta gave birth to Indu ...true (but a cat can give birth , that doesn't make it a mother) The only thing that has been shown clearly is that she is possesive of Indu and indulges her whims, she has obviously not set boundaries nor set up any expectations or goals for Indu.