An elderly couple in India is dragging their only child to court to sue him for half a million pounds for failing to provide them with a grandchild, and this has got netizens to weigh in with negative views against the couple.

They are asking £500,000 from the son, saying he and his wife have failed to provide them with a grandchild and that their pain will be bearable if they had a grandchild to spend time with.

Sanjiv Ranjan Prasad and his wife Sadhana Prasad are threatening to sue their son for £530,000 in damages if he does not have a child within the next year.

They even told the ANI news agency that they “didn’t care about gender; all they wanted was a grandchild.”

“My son has been married for six years, but they are still not planning a baby. At least if we have a grandchild to spend time with, our pain will become bearable,” the couple said in their petition filed with a court in Haridwar last week.

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Mr Prasad stated that he was experiencing financial difficulties, which prompted him to sue his own son, who married in 2016.

He also claims that his daughter-in-law and her family have complete control over his son’s finances and have prevented them from having a child.

“I gave my son all my money, got him trained in America. I don’t have any money now. We have taken a loan from the bank to build a house. We’re troubled financially and personally”.

The irritated father claimed he spent all of his money on his son’s education in the United States (the latter is now a pilot) and the father is now in financial trouble.

The compensation demand includes the cost of a five-star wedding reception, a luxury car, and the couple’s international honeymoon.

He also claims that his son moved to Hyderabad, purchased a home in his wife’s name, and stopped communicating with his parents.

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