Bihar woman’s limbs cut off by loan sharks


Shakeel Mian and his accomplice were arrested today.

Patna:

A woman has died in Bhagalpur, Bihar, after two men, in a brutal attack in broad daylight in a crowded market, cut off her hands, chest and ears. Neelam had apparently borrowed money from Shakeel Miyan for her daughter’s wedding, which she had not repaid, police said. Police denied any community angle in the incident and, as a precaution, stationed forces in the area.

On Saturday, Shakeel Miyan and Juddin Mian attacked the woman, police said. She was also stabbed in the head and back. Apparently no one came to her rescue. Before falling unconscious, Neelam had named her attackers, which was recorded on cellphones by eyewitnesses.

She received first aid at a local hospital, which referred her to Jawaharlal Nehru Medical Hospital. But she died there while being treated, police said.

Shakeel Mian and his accomplice were arrested today.

“On Saturday, the woman was killed by a stabbing attack near Scindia Bridge. Before people could understand anything, the assailants fled waving their weapons,” said Swarna Prabhat, the Superintendent of Bhagalpur Police.

“The family of the deceased named two accused persons and both were arrested. It was found that the deceased and the accused were neighbors and had a friendly relationship. She borrowed money from him for the wedding of his daughter but was unable to return it. After which, he attacked her with a sharp weapon and she succumbed to her injuries at Jawaharlal Nehru Medical Hospital during her treatment,” ANI news agency quoted Swarna as saying. Prabhat.

The woman’s husband claimed that Shakeel Mian killed his wife because she refused to allow him to come to their home. The man used to visit her frequently, but the two fell out over the financial matter.

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