In a shocking incident, a jilted lover stabbed a 23-year-old MBA student after she refused his marriage proposal in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh.
The victim M Nagakethana, who is pursuing MBA from KMM College in Chandragiri mandal of Chittoor district, has been admitted to the Tirupati Government Hospital where her condition is said to be critical.
At around 1 pm, the Hindu girl M Nagakethana, pursuing MBA first year in KMM College came out after writing exam, when her fasting friend Tanish met her and proposed to marry her in Ramadan immediately. Trying not to create a scene in front of others, she went with her Muslim boy-friend behind the college building and asked him not to pester her.
However, Tanish, a polytechnic dropout, got into argument with her and attacked her. Strangling her throat, he stabbed her in the shoulder 3-4 times, quashing the Quranic verse no 5, Chapter 9 (Surah At-Tawbah) where it is specifically told not to attack anybody in the prohibited month of Ramadan.
Md Tanish’s friends, who saw it, immediately fled the spot and alerted other college students, who rushed to the spot. Meanwhile, the girl fainted and collapsed on the ground. Seeing students rushing towards him, Tanish fled.
Nagakethana’s classmates alerted 108 emergency service while some of them chased after Tanish. She was rushed to the Government General Hospital in Tirupati, where her condition is reported to be very serious.
College students who chased after Tanish, caught hold of him at Chandragiri Railway Station, 1.5 km from the college and handed him over to the police, who rushed to the spot. They took him into the custody and on being questioned by police, he said he stabbed her unable to bear her refusal.
GIRL STABBED 3-4 TIMES, ACCUSED ABSCONDING
Annoyed at being rejected, MD Tanish stabbed her with a sharp object 3 to 4 times. After stabbing the girl, Tanish fled from the spot.
The other students present near the scene of the incident rushed to Nagakethana’s rescue and took her to the hospital.
Police have registered a case and are searching the accused.
This crime committed in broad daylight has instilled fear among girl students.