A 52-year-old man, who just welcomed his 60th child, is hoping to have more children with his three wives.
In an interview with BBC, the Pakistani named Sardar Jan Mohammad Khan Khilji briefly talked about his plans of growing his family. “I have asked all my friends to help me find a girl for my fourth marriage,” he said.
Sardar Jan, a resident of Quetta, became the father of the “sixtieth” child.— ShamshadNews (@Shamshadnetwork) January 3, 2023
Sardarjan Mohammad Khan, a resident of Quetta, the Capital of Balochistan, said his sixtieth child was given birth yesterday.
Jan uttered the newborn child is a baby son and he named him Khushal. pic.twitter.com/OHxbYm35kW
Expanding his clan, however, could be a challenge as he recently revealed that he has been struggling financially.
“Business has come to a standstill. The prices of all essential things, including flour, ghee, and sugar have tripled. For the last three years, all Pakistanis, myself included, are facing difficulties.”
But this obstacle, he said, will not hinder his commitment to welcoming more kids into his growing family.
Khilji and his household have been making the rounds in the news for a while now. In 2016, he revealed that he wanted to have at least a hundred children.