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He drove off at speed and the boy was unable to escape. He drove to a close where he and Saqib Baig live. Mirza Baig and Khizum Baig then arrived after. He found images of him and the girl together. Saqib leant through the open window and punched the boy several times to the face. Mirza Baig then arrived and punched the boy in the nose. The girl's cousin, cousin Saqib Mirza Baig, is also facing prison after he admitted taking part in the savage attack at Preston Crown Court 'There were comments of "finish him, kill him". Saqib then dragged the boy out of the car and grabbed him by the neck and threw him on the floor. Again shouts of "kill him, kick him in the head, finish him off" were heard. He was repeatedly kicked to the head and body while he was on the floor. He tried to protect himself but was unable to get up. When the attack stopped Ghanzafar told him to get in the car so he did. He was dropped off close to where he had been picked up. Fortunately a barber saw the state he was in and the police were called. The ethnicity of the boy is the background motive for the attack. Comments were made saying "don't mess with our blood" and "find your own kind". Both the boy and the girl were still at school and met at school and they were both young. There are honour overtones to this incident. He suffered bruising and lacerations to his ear face, lip, head and torso and at Royal Blackburn Hospital was found to have three large cuts to his head which were treated with staples. They were consistent with blunt force trauma caused by a knuckle duster. In a statement the boy said: I've been fearful since the attack and have stopped socialising with friends. It's had an impact on my schooling and I am self conscious of the scar on my head which causes me pain. He was a calm boy before this but now he loses his temper and frequently flies off the handle. Khizum Baig pleaded guilty to assault by beating. In mitigation for Ghazanfar defence counsel Thomas Stanway said his client was appealing his guilty plea and added: He accepts driving the boy to the address, but he thought that other family members wanted to speak with him. His brother was in a relationship with a Bengali woman and he was the one to sort out issues with the family. Honour cases are where the family do not approve of a relationship and punish the young girl. It has nothing to do with race, ethnicity or honour. He comes from a family of Sikhs, Muslims, Christians and Hindus and they all get along. That seems to be the trigger. But it wasn't a serious relationship - it wasn't Romeo and Juliet. He was concerned for the girl and that the family had not been introduced or told about this boy. He lost his temper because he heard the victim had disrespected the girl in front of her family and he found it offensive. For Khizum Baig, Howard Shaw said: He got swept along through loyalty to the family. Advertisement Share or comment on this article: Pakistani men give 'honour' beating to Bengali boy.
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