In Peringammala, Thiruvananthapuram, a 42-Year-Old Housewife Was Stabbed to Death

Peringammala, A woman was slashed to death by her husband in Thiruvananthapuram, in yet another incident of family abuse murder. On Thursday morning, a 42-year-old woman was stabbed to death at her home near Peringammala. Nasila Beegum’s mother found her dead in her bed.

Rahim, Nasila’s spouse, works at Chackai ITI as a clerk. He is thought to be missing, and authorities have initiated an investigation into his whereabouts. It’s too premature to assess just who the murderer was, but police say Rahim’s participation is being investigated. The deceased has been taken to the Medical College Hospital for an autopsy.

“The murder was reported to the police by neighbors. Even though the woman was taken to a hospital, the physicians proclaimed her dead. However, following the crime, the accused fled the scene. He eventually gave up and surrendered “The cops stated. Family abuse (cruelty by a married couple or his relatives) was reported in 2,837 cases in Kerala from January to October this year, according to the police.

“Even though the individual fled the scene, police were able to apprehend him at a stoplight, and he couldn’t get too far.” Men accused his wife of having an affair with another guy, which was the motive for the crime, according to the SI. His wife and husband are from Peringammala in Thiruvananthapuram district and had been wedded for 17 years.

The couple is said to have 2 kids, as per the police. After marital difficulties, the woman moved in with her parents eight months ago. Their kids stayed at the house of the man. “A few months earlier, the husband asked for a divorce in Thruvanathapuram’s family court,” according to authorities. A man was charged with Section 302 of the Criminal Code (murder). On Monday, Peringammala police will present him in court.

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