Shahrukh Khan sex-determination case: BMC gives a clean chit!

The gender test allegations before the birth of Shahrukh’s son AbRam are baseless, says the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation

A few months ago, Shahrukh Khan was in the news for alleged pre-natal sex-determination of his younger son AbRam. Though the actor had denied such claims right from the beginning, a social activist had filed a case against SRK and his wife Gauri Khan under the Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition of Sex Selection) Act.

Now, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has informed the Bombay High Court that it conducted an enquiry into the case and has found the allegations baseless. BMC counsel MPS Rao said, “The Corporation has conducted an enquiry and found the complaint baseless.”

As per the complaint, it was alleged that Shahrukh had determined the child’s gender before birth. The actor revealed that when the accusations surfaced, his son was already a month old and being treated in the incubator.

So, from the beginning King Khan was on the winning side of the case. We’re glad that he is now free from such allegations. We wish the world’s happiness to Shahrukh Khan’s family and his li’l one AbRam.