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Father beats minor son and wife with leather belt


Team Udayavani, Jun 20, 2018, 2:52 PM IST

Bengaluru: A 14-year-old kid was rushed to the hospital after he was brutally beaten by his father. The victim has sustained wounds on his head, neck and shoulder.

A FIR was filed against his father, Sayyed Sageer (55) under Sections 506, 498A, 324 and 504 of the IPC by the J.C. Nagar police on Monday. 

The kid’s mother, who is the complainant, said that Sayyed, who works in Saudi Arabia, has an illegal passport and had come down to the city on June 16 to celebrate Eid with his family. She stated, “We have been married for 21 years but he has numerous illegal relationships and he tortures us. On June 17, he picked up a fight with me over a petty issue and began beating me with his leather belt. When my elder daughter tried to intrude, she was also beaten up. On Sunday night, when our son tried to talk to him, Sayyed brutally hit him,” she said. 

The victim stated, “My dad has been torturing us for quite a while. We were trying to grapple with it, however we couldn’t take it this time. I endured wounds on my head, neck and shoulder.” The medico legal case was filed on Monday.” 

Sayyed is absconding at present and the police are in search for him.

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