Congress leader N.D. Tiwari has been asked to appear in the Delhi High Court dispensary on Saturday to submit his blood sample for a DNA test in a paternity suit.
The court’s joint registrar, Deepak Garg, Monday asked the dispensary head to appoint a doctor to take Tiwari’s blood sample.
“Let an option be given to him (Tiwari) to appear voluntarily. Notice be issued to chief of dispensary…who will appoint a suitable doctor for blood sample,” Garg said.
The court had May 16 directed its joint registrar to take police assistance, if needed, to bring Tiwari to the court premises for collecting his blood sample.
Rohit Shekhar, 32, has filed the paternity suit, claiming to be the biological son of Tiwari, 86.