A Punjabi-origin man regrets moving to Canada after his teenage son was stabbed in the heart by a school student

A Punjabi-origin man regrets moving to Canada after his teenage son was stabbed in the heart by a school student
A Punjabi-origin man regrets moving to Canada after his teenage son was stabbed in the heart by a school student

He regrets moving to Canada with his children along with the father of Mehakpreet Sethi, who was stabbed to death at a Surrey school parking lot.

In Newton, on Tuesday, a 17-year-old student from Tamanawis Secondary School attacked Sethi with a knife. Sethi died in the hospital.

According to Harshpreet Sethi, Mehakpreet’s father, the weapon directly pierced his heart, causing his death.

It has been eight years since the family moved to Canada from Dubai. According to the channel, they are from Faridkot in Punjab.

In the hopes that my children would have a better future and be safe in Canada, Harshpreet came to Canada with her children.

His son could have been killed with a slap, a hit to the arm or legs, Harshpreet told the local TV channel.

The police said Sethi stabbed a 17-year-old boy after a fight broke out between the two.

After being identified by witnesses, the suspect was taken into custody.

He asked, “What kind of upbringing did his parents give him?” Harpreet added that losing a child after 18 years is not easy.

As stated by the acting principal of Tamanawis Secondary School, Mehakpreet was not part of the school community.

Bhavpreet, an eighth-grader, had been waiting there for him.

As Bhavpreet’s birthday was coming up, Mehakpreet’s sister that he had planned to buy new clothes for him.

It was requested that the witnesses come forward and share their information with Sgt Timothy Pierotti, of the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team.