Two women were stabbed by their stalkers over the New Year weekend in Tamil Nadu and the Andhra Pradesh in two separate incidents.
Both women were attacked for what appeared to be rejected marriage proposals.
Kanyakumari/Tadepalligudem: Two women were stabbed by their stalkers over the New Year weekend in Tamil Nadu and the Andhra Pradesh in two separate incidents.
A soon-to-be bride was stabbed on the New Year’s Eve after her stalker came to know about her wedding in Kanyakumari. The accused, S Fegi Castro, allegedly stabbed the victim while she was on her way back from the church. While the victim fainted, the accused was beaten up by passersby.
According to the media reports, the victim who is a teacher had also filed a police complaint against the person. Police officials were mentioned, saying that the man was called for the inquiry and was warned six months ago.
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In another worrying incident, a 17-year-old girl was stabbed by the MBA student for not replying to his proposal at the outskirts of the Tadepalligudem town in Andhra Pradesh.
The accused, Sanjeev, was reported to be the neighbour of the victim. While the two became friends recently, the victim’s parents’ had objections to an acquaintance.
On Saturday, Sanjeev followed the victim on her way back from college and took her to a lonely place, where he reportedly tried to convince her about the friendship, stated a media reports.
“A few minutes after he entered into the discussion with the girl, Sanjeev attacked her with a small knife, inflicting nearly 10 cuts, some near the neck. The accused also attacked himself,” Inspector Murthy of Tadepalligudem Police Station was reported.
Both the victims have reported being in the stable condition.