Kashmir

Fiancé Stabber Sent to Six Day Police Remand

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by Syed Shadab Ali Gillani

SRINAGAR: A Srinagar Court has sent a young lady to six days police remand. She was arrested after she stabbed and injured her fiancé on Tuesday.

“Asifa Bashir, who stabbed her fiancé, Adil Ahmad Kaloo of Bemina, in the Chattabal area of Srinagar yesterday and is presently lodged in women’s police station, Rambagh under IPC 307 and 323 with FIR No 57/2023 in Safakadal PS, has been put on six-day remand by the court for further investigations,” said a police officer.

The stabbing shocked Kashmir as this is perhaps the first case in which a young lady stabbed her fiancé.

The family of the victim claimed their son received a call from Asifa Bashir who is his fiancé and he went to meet her. “She sought lift from him and he went to drop her. Asifa got a call and he inquired about the caller. The argument between them turned ugly when the woman stabbed him in his abdomen,” said family

Family sources said the nikkah of the two was outcome of the love affair. The nikkah has already taken place.

There was also a viral video on social media showing an injured Adil seeking help after the attack with blood seeping from his lower abdomen. Passers-by assisted him in transporting the man to the SMHS hospital, where his condition is said to be stable.

The lady, who is being projected as ‘social media influencer’ has been running a social media page. Her page indicates that she has interviewed a number of Kashmir politicians and bureaucrats. She also claims to have earned the Maharashtra National Women Achievers Award. A photograph in circulation shows she being honoured.

One of the relatives of the victim told local news gatherer KNT that the accused was always carrying a ‘mike-logo’ with her and was running a FB page named: ‘Kashmir Dastan News Network’.

Last month, Asifa Bashir made headlines when she claimed that the proprietor of a pet store was responsible for the death of her pet.

The proprietor of the pet store, Abrar Baba, has filed a defamation case against her. “I have filed a defamation lawsuit against her. Later, few people pestered me to drop this case, but I was steadfast in my decision. My store has been closed for more than a month now,” Abrar said.

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( With inputs from : kashmirlife.net )

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