September 8, 2019
Hunain is my 17 year old cousin who was beaten to death or more correctly, "brutally murdered" by his teacher Sir Kamran Hashmi of American Lycetuff Gulshan e Ravi campus this Friday i.e. 5th September.
Every morning parents send there children to school so that they become emotionally and physically strong enough to get through life and it's hardships. But what they don't know is that the war zone they prepare their children for, exists inside the school as well. Hunain was a lovely boy with no care in the world, a Hafiz e Quran and a bright student but that wild creature didn't think he was worthy of his right to live. A teacher is someone who has a huge impact on the brains of the children of tomorrow, it is a prestigious job but Kamran did not realize the sanctity of his job and not only that, he went ahead and beat him to death. We send our children to school so that they can get educated, be kind, respectful and able to earn a decent living but American Lycetuff here teaches the exact opposite. It encouraged teachers to give corporal punishments to the point where they proved fatal, to act violently ,to physically and emotionally hurt the students and most of all to murder our beloved children and steal sanity from their parents.
Corporal punishment is not a joke, it's not a way to discipline children but it's a serious matter that requires our attention. When I saw my family completely break after Hunain's death I realized that I won't let his death go in vain and will make sure that no child ever has to go through what my Hunain went through. Schools should check the teacher's psychological history and background before hiring them. Alongside this current, there's a need to change demeanors about kids' appropriate for giving equivalent insurance at all levels. The SPCPA should concentrate on disciplinary estimates, for example, training and mindfulness building. It is important to provide the right instructions and bring issues to light at the family, network and foundations. Furthermore, being a resident, we should bring issues to light against viciousness and violence to advance a tranquil society.
So help me in my venture to stop this inhumanely attitude towards our children and van corporal punishment at schools around Pakistan because we send our children to school with our hard earned money to get educated, not to get beaten up to death.
Let's take a vow to prevent another Hunain from being murdered at the place he thinks is the safest.
Let's put this to an end, please sign this petition so that we erase the concept of allowing corporal punishment at schools.