Pakistani Man with 3 Wives welcomes 60th Child

It is reported that a Pakistani man from Quetta, who has three wives, has become a father for the 60th time.

Pakistani Man with 3 Wives welcomes 60th Child f

"he wants to have more children"

A Pakistani man, who has three wives, has reportedly become a father for the 60th time and has no plans to stop.

In a tweet, 50-year-old Sardar Jan Mohammad Khan Khilji welcomed a son and named him Haji Khushhal Khan.

Jan is a doctor who lives near the Eastern Bypass of Quetta City.

He is married to three women and is known in the community for his massive family.

Despite having 60 children with his three wives, Jan hopes to marry again and is now looking for a fourth wife.

He stated that five of his children had passed away. Meanwhile, all of his other children are well.

Jan said: “I have asked all my friends to help me find a girl for my fourth marriage.”

He went on to say that he looks forward to having more children, with a preference for more daughters than sons.

Despite his search for a new wife, his three other spouses said that they are happy to have more children with Jan.

A tweet read: “According to him, his three wives are still willing to give birth to more children. The new father added he wants to have more children so he is looking for a fourth marriage.”

The Pakistani man reportedly has a clinic at his home.

In addition to expanding his family even more, Jan wants to have a house that can accommodate his entire family.

However, the rise in inflation levels in Pakistan has taken a financial toll on Jan.

He said: “Business has come to a standstill. The prices of all basic things including flour, ghee and sugar have tripled.

“For the last three years, all Pakistanis, including the whole world, are facing difficulties, including me.”

But he is determined to meet the expenses of his children and wives.

When it comes to leisurely activities, Jan said that he loved travelling with his family. But it has now become impossible for him as he would need several vehicles to take his family for a trip.

With dreams of taking all of his children around Pakistan, Jan said:

“If the government gives me a bus, I can easily take all my children to Pakistan.”

When asked how he remembers so many children’s names, he joked:

“Why not?”

Dhiren is a journalism graduate with a passion for gaming, watching films and sports. He also enjoys cooking from time to time. His motto is to “Live life one day at a time.”