Mother insists son was bullied, wants police to reopen case

  • Nation
  • Thursday, 31 Mar 2016

The boy cut the tip of his own tongue after being threatened by five boys.

SHAH ALAM: The mother of the Year Two boy who said he was forced to cut the tip of his own tongue insists that her son was bullied.

The 29-year-old woman said that she wanted the police to re-open investigation papers into her son's case.

''I believe my son was bullied and forced to cut the tip of his tongue as he has repeatedly said it.

"I will not give up. I want the pupils who did wrong to my son to be found and brought to justice,'' she said when met here Thursday.

Earlier, ‎Selangor Police chief Senior Deputy Comm Datuk Abdul Samah Mat announced that the investigation paper on the case was closed and no element of bullying was found.

He also said that the boy had inflicted the injury on himself while playing with a pair of scissors during class.

The mother said that her son's story was consistent each time she questioned him.

''He frequently complained of being disturbed in school.

''I do not want to point fingers at anyone, but I want justice for my son,'' she said, adding that her son once came home with a shoe print on his uniform.

She also questioned why the school had kept quiet over the matter and said her son would be starting classes at a new school near their Bukit Tinggi home on Monday.

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