GUWAHATI: As per reports that surfaced on Thursday, a woman killed her husband at their won residence in Bajali, Assam, using a sharp machate.
Sources claim that the incident took place the night before, when the wife fatally stabbed her husband, Niranjan Bora, out of rage after a family argument. After perpetrating the crime, Junita Bora, the accused, along with her her 6-year-old daughter went to Bhawanipur Police Station and surrendered herself to the authorities this morning.
As soon as they got to the crime scene to begin their investigation, the police filed a FIR in relation to the incident.
The couple had been residing in their in-laws' home in Bajali for the previous ten years since their marriage. Niranjan Bora was a resident of Golaghat. There is unrest in the village as a result of the incident.
On March 24, a young man in Karimganj killed an 18-year-old woman over a domestic dispute. He also used a sharp machete. The event was recorded in the district's Dalgram village of Kaliganj.
Munwara Begum, the deceased, was a first-year higher secondary (HS) student at the Kaliganj Public Higher Secondary School. The deceased's father informed that she had been promoted to her second year of high school just recently.
Partha Protim Das, the superintendent of police in Karimganj, said in a statement to the media, "We were notified about the recovery of a girl's body in the neighbourhood, and as a result, I and my police team approached the spot. In relation to the matter, we have detained one Jaber Ahmed. The machete that was used in the incident has not yet been located.”
Also, according to the police, the accused had hurt the girl in the neck, which caused her to pass away instantly.