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14-Year-Old Kitchen Worker Died From Hot Oil Burns. Pakistan

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The owner of Dhi Bhale shop in Rani Bazar tortured the child employee by hitting him on a pan of boiling oil, which burnt the child's body.

In the Rani Bazar of Jampur Tehsil of Dera Ghazi Khan, the owner tortured a child laborer named Asif while rescuing two boys in a fight of a trivial nature and beat him near a boiling oil pan.

The affected child died after being treated in the hospital for several days.

A case of the incident was registered under Section 324 of the Pakistan Penal Code on the complaint of the victim's father. However, after the child's death, the murder charge was also added to the case.

On the other hand, Rajanpur police say that both the accused involved in the incident have been arrested.

The child's father had named Munwar Aun and Sajjad Hussain as two accused in the FIR.

Public feedback on viral video
When the video of the incident went viral, appeals are being made on the social media platform "X" to provide justice to the child.

A user wrote along with the video of the child that the incident took place in the kitchen of a Dahi Bhale where two child employees were fighting and the owner got angry and abused a child helper first with kicks and punches and then recklessly. Pushing the child, the cracker fell on the pan of sizzling oil, and the oil spilled out, causing the child to squirm.

The user also said that the child was treated in the hospital for four days after being treated by Khaliq Haqiqi.

Another user said that the incident took place in the kitchen of Jampur Rani Bazaar Al Janat Dahi Bhale Wale, where the owner Manoor threw his 14-year-old employee Asif on boiling oil, and he died today after 4 days of hospital treatment. went.

The consumer has demanded that the owner be punished severely, so that no other poor laborer's children are subjected to such cruelty

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