Kerala HC Encourages Home-Cooked Meals for Kids Instead of Food Delivery Apps
Kerala HC Encourages Home-Cooked Meals for Kids Instead of Food Delivery Apps

NEW DELHI: In a recent ruling, the Kerala High Court emphasized the significance of providing children with homemade meals. This directive came during a case related to a pornography offense, where the court advised parents to dissuade their children from ordering food via delivery apps like Swiggy and Zomato.

During the course of the case, the high court dismissed criminal charges against an individual who had been apprehended by the police while watching pornography on his mobile device in a private setting. The court clarified that watching pornography privately, without sharing or exhibiting it to others, does not constitute an offense under Section 292 of the Indian Penal Code.

Justice PV Kunhikrishnan, in his judgment, urged parents to encourage their children to engage in outdoor activities and relish the delectable meals prepared by their mothers, rather than relying on mobile apps for food delivery.

The Kerala High Court articulated its stance, stating, "Instead of procuring meals from restaurants through 'Swiggy' and 'Zomato,' let children savor the delightful dishes crafted by their mothers. Encourage them to frolic on the playgrounds and return home to the enchanting aroma of their mother's culinary creations."

Furthermore, the judge issued a word of caution to parents regarding the potential hazards associated with allowing their minor children unrestricted access to mobile phones, especially in the context of the easy accessibility of explicit content, including pornographic videos, via internet-enabled devices.

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