Mahindan Mahadeva has not seen his wife since 29th January 2015. He has been accused of actual bodily harm against his invalid wife - without evidence.
Mahindan's wife, Uma is in a vegetative state in Wingham Court Care Centre in Claygate, Surrey after suffering a pulmonary embolism in February 2014.
The accusation was made after Mahindan found a blister on his wife's arm, which he reported to the care home. Six weeks later, on 29 January, Wingham Court had Mahindan arrested on suspicion of causing the blister, which Mahindan vehemently denies.
He has not been charged and has had his bail conditions extended three times. We petition Surrey police to either charge Mr Mahadeva, or release him from bail conditions as these are doing significant damage to his, and his wife's wellbeing.
UK Equality and Human Rights Commission:
"You have the right to enjoy your family relationships without interference from the government. This includes the right to live with your family and, where this is not possible, the right to regular contact."
Mr Mahadeva has been accused of harming his wife, without evidence, and has been indefinitely bailed to keep him away. He did not harm her, and the process is causing tremendous harm.
I add my name in support of Mahindan Mahadeva's request that he be released from the limitations of his bail condition and be allowed to continue to see and care for his wife Uma.
The I want to see my wife petition to Surrey Police was written by Mahindan Mahadeva and is in the category Human Rights at GoPetition.