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‘The ethnicity of the boy is the background motive for the attack.
Comments were made saying “don’t mess with our blood” and “find your own kind”.
Nicholas Flanagan prosecuting said: ‘At this point the boy didn’t consider Ghanzafar to be aggressive and he seemed friendly so he got in the car.
‘But once they were in the car Ghanzafar locked the doors and sped off up the road telling him “you better not be fucking with my niece”. ‘Saqib walked to the car where the window was down and demanded the boy’s phone and went through his messages and his calls. Saqib leant through the open window and punched the boy several times to the face.
Ghazanfar then turned his car around and pulled over and asked his niece to get in the car and drove off.
But after dropping the girl off he then returned to confront the boy and asked him to get in the car.
A 16-year-old schoolboy was subjected to a savage 'honour' beating by a group of Pakistani men after they found out he was secretly dating a girl from their family, a court heard.
The Bengali student was taken prisoner and escorted to a cul-de-sac where he was repeatedly kicked about the head, battered with weapons and told: 'Don't mess with our blood - find someone your own kind.'As the victim fought for his life onlookers - thought to include women - were heard shouting: 'kill him, kick him in the head, finish him off.'The beating continued after the attackers - which included the girl's father, uncle and brother - seized the boy's mobile phone and searched it for evidence he had been dating the girl - a fellow pupil at their high school - and found pictures of them together.
‘The fact that the girl was in a relationship may have been a motive or added motive.
The girl's brother, Khizum Baig, 29, her cousin Saqib Mirza Baig, 29, and Ghazanfar Mirza, 37, her uncle, all of Blackburn, all admitted affray.