CM takes notice of torture on Larkana Cadet College student
KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has taken notice of severe torture on the student of Larkana Cadet College by his teacher and announced his treatment on government expenses.
A 14-year old schoolboy was allegedly tortured so severely by his teacher that the student ended up losing his senses and became paralysed.
Mohammed Ahmed, is unable to digest food or chew it, as a matter of fact. He has been put on a liquid diet by doctors ever since he broke sensitive bones in his neck.
CM Sindh said strict action would be taken against those responsible if the torture claims were proven.
He directed provincial secretary health for treatment of the boy in Pakistan or America on government expenses.
According to his father, Ghullam Ahmed, his son was strangulated by his teacher so severely that sensitive bones in Mohammed Ahmed’s neck were broken. This gave the boy a paralysis attack and caused him to lose all his sense and become a mute as well.
His son’s medical treatment is possible in the United States doctors have said, but his parents claim they don’t have the resources to take him there.
Neither any case is lodged nor the college administration has launched any inquiry into the incident.