Father brutally punished the child for not doing homework; One went to show fear and another happened
Pakistani father burnt his son A shocking incident has come to light that a father born after completing homework in class burnt his son to death. It happened in Karachi city of Pakistan. A father has been arrested for setting a minor son on fire. Police said that the incident took place on September 14 when the accused father Nazir attacked the body of his 12-year-old son Shaheer in Rais Amrovi Colony. Kerosene was put on fire. (Pakistani father burnt his son SC)
According to reports, the accused was produced before a magistrate on Monday and the court sent him to police custody till September 24. During preliminary investigation, accused Nazir told investigators that he had no intention of killing his son. The accused said that he sprinkled kerosene on the boy to scare the boy for not doing his homework. The accused said that he lit a match to scare the boy but the oil caught fire and the boy got burnt.
Police said the boy suffered severe burns and was taken to the nearby Sindh Government Hospital, from where his treatment was referred to Dr. Ruth at the burn center at KM Fau Civil Hospital (CHK). Shaheer died during treatment at the burn centre. Police said that on the complaint of the mother of the deceased, the father has been arrested and a case has been registered against him under serious section.
Meanwhile, earlier there was an incident where a mentally challenged mother set her three-and-a-half-year-old son on fire over a quarrel with her husband. 50 percent of it was burnt. He was first taken to Payal Hospital from where he was referred to PGI Chandigarh. On the complaint of the girl’s grandmother, a case of attempt to murder has been registered against the mother in the police station and she has been arrested.
Father got angry for not getting correct answers to questions
According to local media, police officer Salim Khan said that Shahir’s father Nazir got angry when he insisted on going out to fly kites instead of completing his homework. Nazir started asking his son questions about homework. When Shaheer could not give satisfactory answers to the questions, his father poured kerosene on him.