The young man set fire to the majlis part of the house where guests are received and food is served. The young man’s brother noticed fire and smoke rising from the Majlis and immediately informed the Civil Defense Police. Police arrived and put out the fire. The damage to the house is estimated at 90,000 dirhams due to the fire.
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It has been stated in the complaint that it was found that the brother was behind the fire from checking the surveillance camera of the house to find out how the fire started. The camera footage shows the youth entering the Majlis and coming out after staying there for 20 minutes. A fire broke out in the majlis as soon as the young man stepped down from the majlis and entered the house. Based on this, the police found that the youth was behind the incident.
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Another brother had also given a statement to the police that he suspected that the young man had taken such a drastic step to get revenge on his father. The day before the incident, the young man had tried to attack the maid who was working in the house. This was prevented by the intervention of the father. The young man set fire to the majlis of the house to settle the enmity. The court found the young man guilty and sentenced him to six months imprisonment and a fine of Rs 90,000 to repair the damage to the house.
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