The family comprises of the man (the head), his wife, his parents, and two children who go to school.
The man, a working and well paid guy underwent a road accident and was paralyzed and he also lost the ability to talk, work or take care of himself. He is undergoing treatment. His wife is unemployed and already has too much to take care of, her husband and their two kids. Isn't it obvious that the paralyzed man's father should support the family financially? If the man's father denies to support and demands the wife's father to do it, is that a crime?
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