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Wednesday, March 3, 2021

    Pregnant Woman Allegedly Stabbed To Death In Nagaon

    The murderer is yet to be identified

    A pregnant woman in Nagaon’s Rupahihat was allegedly stabbed to death by unidentified person(s) in the wee hours of Wednesday.

    As per information available, the woman has been identified as Ramisha Khatoon of the Juria area. She was allegedly attacked with a sharp weapon by the unidentified person(s) while she was preparing sehri (a meal eaten before sunrise by Muslims during Ramadan) in the kitchen. On being attacked she reportedly screamed for help but before her husband could come for help, the suspected person(s) escaped.

    Her husband, Rafikul Islam immediately called for an ambulance but before any medical help could reach her, she succumbed to her injuries.

    The police have initiated an investigation but the motive of the crime is yet to be clear.

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