Hamza, a 3-year-old toddler, filed a complaint against his mother for stealing his chocolates. The kid resides in Burhanpur, Madhya Pradesh. On Sunday afternoon, the kid came into the Dedtalai police post, under Khaknar Police Station, and had a red face.
The sub-inspector Priyanka Nayak notified, “I was leaving the post for some work when this boy got hold of my trousers and insisted that he wanted to file a complaint about his mother. I tried to dissuade him, but when he insisted, I took a piece of paper and a pen and started questioning him. He said that his mother had slapped him on the cheek and that she had stolen his candies. When I repeated the question on theft, he clarified that he did not steal it, but his mother had. She stole his chocolates, too.
“He ensured that the name of his ‘Ammi’ was put in the complaint, though he did not know the actual name of his mother.”
The father of the three-year-old spoke up, “His mother was applying kohl to his eyes after bathing him, but he disturbed her by insisting on eating chocolate, and so his mother slapped him lightly.” Then he started crying and asked me to take him to the police station. So I brought him here. “
The woman officer was caught taking notes of the kid, putting on a very serious face and granting him her full attention. The kid was heard notifying, “Mumma stole my chocolates. Put her in jail. “
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It is affirmed that the kid confidently marked something on the report while he was asked to sign the complaint.The female officer was seen bursting into laughter at the cute innocence of the kid. Everyone cracked up at the adorable complaint that he brought in against his mother.
The video has been going viral on social media. People are amazed at the braveness and cuteness of the kid. The comment section is crammed with immense fondness and love for him.
After listening to the kid’s complaint. Priyanka Nayak said, “Later, I explained to him that his mother had no bad intentions and then he went home.”