RAWALPINDI - A seminary student was beaten by his teacher allegedly with electric wire and clubs at Dhoke Manju Khayaban-e-Sir Syed. Police, on the complaint of parents of innocent child, though penned down the initial report, are hesitating to take action against the accused while pressurising the parents to settle the dispute with the cruel teacher. Muhammad Amman, resident of Sector 4-A 8, Dhoke Manjo, Khayaban-e-Sir Syed told The Nation on Tuesday that his son Junaid Amman, 10, got admission in Madrassa Usmania Saut-ul-Quran to learn Holy Quran. A day before, Qari Amir severely tortured little Junaid with electric wire and club without any reason in result Junaid received multiple injuries on his body, he said adding that the Junaid was too much beaten and now he could not even walk. Upon knowing about the incident, Muhammad Amman said that he approached Police Station (PS) Pirwadhai for legal action against Qari Amir, on which police arrested Amir but later released him. He said that now police were refusing to send Junaid to hospital for his medico-legal report rather exhorting pressure on him to settle the dispute with Qari Amir. He alleged that Qari Amir also used to torture so many orphan children, who were imparting Quranic education in the seminary but no body could dare to stop him. Muhammad Amman appealed Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Justice Muhammad Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and Chief Minister (CM) Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif to take notice of this brutal act of the teacher and punish him.