The minors, who belong to the same family, were hit by the wires that fell from above their home. They were subsequently moved to the Civil Hospital in critical condition.
The wounded children’s family and their neighbours staged a protest against the incident and chanted against Sukkur Electric Power Supply Company (SEPCO).
Sunday’s incident becomes the fourth case of electrocution recorded over the past 45 days.
On August 31, eleven-year-old Haris of Karachi’s Surjani Town slipped and fell from the second floor of a madrassa. According to reports, he had tried to lessen the impact of his fall by holding on to a low-hanging high tension wire, which electrocuted him.
Both of his arms were badly burnt and, consequently, had to be amputated.
A day prior to that, eight-year-old Umer of Karachi’s Ahsanabad area was electrocuted when a loose wire fell on him as he played in the street on the third day of Eid-ul-Azha.
Umer, who was rushed to Civil Hospital in a critical condition, also had to have both of his arms amputated.
On September 18, three students and a teacher were electrocuted to death when an iron pipe tangled with electricity wires during the morning assembly at a school in Mansehra.
The accident had occurred during a flag-hoisting ceremony at the school. The deceased were identified as Noman, Bilal, and Asif of fourth, fifth, and eighth grade, respectively.