World / Pakistan father pours kerosene on 12 year son not doing homework burnt alive

Zoom News : Sep 20, 2022, 10:36 PM
Pakistan : A shocking incident has come to light from Pakistan. Here a man burnt his 12-year-old son to death for not doing his homework. According to the Pakistani newspaper Dawn News, the child had not done school homework, on which the angry father sprinkled kerosene and set him on fire. Accused has been arrested.

According to reports, the incident took place on September 14 in Orangi Town when a man named Nazir sprinkled kerosene on his son Shaheer and set fire to the house. On the complaint of the boy's mother, the father has been arrested and a case has been registered against him. The boy, who was seriously scorched, died during treatment at a local hospital. According to reports, the accused was produced before a judicial magistrate on Monday and the court sent him to police custody till September 24.

The report said that during the initial investigation, the accused Nazir told the investigators that he did not intend to kill his son. The accused said that he had sprayed kerosene on the son to scare him as he was not doing his school homework. The accused said that he had lit a match to scare the boy, but the oil caught fire and the boy was badly burnt.

According to the report, his mother ran after hearing the screaming of the child. He tried to put out the fire by putting blankets and clothes on him, but by then the child was badly scorched. The child's mother, Shazia, was in shock for two days and later filed a case against her husband. Please tell that Orangi Town of Karachi is the same area where Asia's largest slum is.