On eve of World Children Day, Anadolu Agency finds Yawar struggling against mental infirmity caused by shell hitting his head
“He has lost his mother, school, friends and remains mostly stuck at one place with a feeble memory. He is not normal now. This is what the state has done to my son,” his father Mohammad Ibrahim Bhat told Anadolu Agency.
“I sold whatever I had, even my small shop and gold ornaments of my two daughters to treat my son. But their institutional injustice that I have to ask for compensation despite the government admitting its responsibility for my child’s condition,” Bhat said.
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