Spurned Youth Attacks Girl, Slits Her Neck – The New Indian Express
HYDERABAD: Frustrated by a 21-year-old girl’s rejection of her romantic advances, an MNR Degree College student attacked her at her residence, cutting her neck, arm and leg. The victim was admitted to the Continental Hospital in Gachibowli where she is undergoing treatment.
Young B Prem Singh, 21, who was severely beaten by members of the girl’s family as a result of the attack, was admitted to KIMS Hospital in Kondapur. The shocking incident took place in Vattinagulapally, falling within the confines of the Gachibowli police station. Prem Singh is a resident of Jeedimetla. He was attracted to the victim and approached her for a relationship, but the girl refused his offer. She is a distant relative of Prem Singh and he has been harassing her for a year.
The victim continued his studies at Venkateshwara Fine Arts College in Madhapur. Rejected and angry, Prem Singh decided to kill the girl and went to Vattinagulapally at 2:30 a.m. on Thursday with two sharp knives.
Speaking about the incident, SI Naveen Reddy said, “The door is often left open for the victim’s father who often comes out to take a look at his fields since they are in the farming industry. The accused used the front door to enter and the dog barked at him, which alerted the family to believe it was a thief.
Before the family even knew it, Prem broke into the victim’s room, locked the door and used the knives to slash and stab her, causing slits in her neck, arms and to the legs. The SI added: “Prem was carrying two sharp knives and attempted to stab her. The girl cried for help and Prem Singh’s victim assaulted her with knives and injured her left arm, left leg and neck.
Listening to the screams, the family broke down the door and grabbed Prem. They beat him up and later realized that he was a distant relative. The victim’s state of health is stable and the perpetrator will be detained after his release from the hospital.
An intention to kill
Prem Singh, 21, is a student at MNR University College. He was angry with the victim because she rejected his advances and attacked her at her home with two knives, stabbing her neck, arms and legs