Mother Faces Jail Terms With Hard Labour For Saving Her Children From A House Fire

Mother Faces Jail Terms With Hard Labour For Saving Her Children From A House Fire

News reported by UK Daily shows how a North Korean mother is under investigations for saving her children in a fire instead of a portrait.

The report shows that the mother has violated the laws of North Korea after saving her children and allowing the portrait of the past leaders burn in the fire.

It’s expected that all homes have paintings of its past leaders, Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il – Kim Jong-un’s dad and granddad, in the country and also make sure they protect it.

The fate of the woman is yet to be decide as she is under investigations and if found guilty will face a long jail sentence with hard labour.

As at now that she is still under investigations, she has no right or opportunity to see her sons who are receiving treatment.

As at the 21st century North Korea values portraits to that of human lives as this isn’t the first to happen. Some are in jail for not keeping a portrait save while others die by saving the portrait.

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