QUETTA: A Pakistani father of 35 is presently hunting down a fourth spouse as he cavorts towards his objective of 100 kids, a questionable aspiration in the moderate Muslim nation where polygamy is uncommon yet at the same time rehearsed.

Sardar Jan Mohammad Khilji, 46, says he trusts it is his religious obligation to have whatever number kids as could be expected under the circumstances.

QUETTA: A Pakistani father of 35 is presently hunting down a fourth spouse as he cavorts towards his objective of 100 kids, a questionable aspiration in the moderate Muslim nation where polygamy is uncommon yet at the same time rehearsed.

Pakistani men who has 35 children
Pakistani men who has 35 children

Sardar Jan Mohammad Khilji, 46, says he trusts it is his religious obligation to have whatever number kids as could be expected under the circumstances.

Rights activists caution it is ladies and youngsters who endure most in polygamous relational unions.

Pakistani men are allowed to take up to four spouses under Islam, however to do as such they should look for authorization from their first wife and a mediation chamber.

It stays uncommon for men to take different spouses in the nation, however when polygamy takes place, concentrates on have indicated it can bring about “melancholy and sadness” among wives, while kids frequently battle to know their dad, said Rafia Zakaria, a ladies’ rights dissident.

The Quran, she told AFP, manages that various spouses might be taken just when a husband can do “idealize equity” among them.

“All things considered, immaculate equity is unimaginable, and thus polygamy is never a decent circumstance,” said Zakaria, who crusades against the practice.

“Somebody generally endures and quite often it is the ladies and kids,” she included.

Family legal counselor Mohammed Bilal Kasi, who manages polygamy cases in Quetta concurred.

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