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Man asks to be allowed to kill 3 terminally-ill family members because he can't pay for their treatment

Man asks to be allowed to kill 3 terminally-ill family members because he can't pay for their treatment

- A businessman from Bangladesh begs authorities to either help him look after his two son and grandson who suffer muscular dystrophy or allow them to get euthanasia because he no longer has the means to properly look after them

- His two sons and grandson suffer from Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, a debilitating incurable condition

- To look after the three children the businessman sold his shop and is now out of funds

Man begs to kill 3 terminally-ill family members as he can't pay for treatment (photos)

A businessman from Bangladesh begs authorities to either help him with three sick children or have them euthanized

According to reports, Tofazzal Hossain, a businessman from Bangladesh is asking for the permission to kill his terminally ill family members after treating them has left him absolutely broke.

He spent years treating two of his sons and grandson who suffer from an incurable form of muscular dystrophy. He has two sons aged 24 and 13 and an 8 year old grandson who suffer from Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. People who suffer from the rare sickness rarely live beyond 30. There is no cure for the debilitating condition.

He is now left to plead authorities to either help him care for the sick youth or grant them euthanasia.

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Man begs to kill 3 terminally-ill family members as he can't pay for treatment (photos)

The businessman sold his store to make money for the treatment of his sons and grandson

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However, the poor man’s plea for help has been considered a controversial and bold permission to perform an act of murder by many more conservative members of society.

Tofazzal said:

“I have taken care of them for years. I took them to hospitals in Bangladesh and India, I sold my shop to pay for their treatment but now I'm broke, the government should decide what it wants to do with them. They are suffering and have no hope of recovery. I can't bear it any longer.”

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