Whether India is a signatory to the Hague convention on child kidnappings or not does not matter at all. Every country favors its own citizens in situations such as this. In this case I expect Indian courts to favor the parent who returns or chooses to remain in India and has the child in his possession and physical custody.
Consult with a family lawyer in your area, and also with an Indian.."solicitor" ? or "barrister"? (What the h... are they called there? )
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Yes they are signatories.
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You should seek the advice of a family law attorney.
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