Bengaluru man cuts wife’s throat, attacks son and then dies by suicide | Bengaluru

In front of their children, a 36-year-old drunk man cut his wife’s throat and then attempted suicide.

In front of their children, a 36-year-old drunk man killed his wife by the throat and later killed himself. The incident took place early Monday morning in Attibele.

Lavanya (30) and her husband Sampath lived in Abbanapalya area of ​​Bengaluru. Sampath was a chronic alcoholic, according to police, and worked as a factory worker in Jigani. According to a senior police officer, the couple arrived at around 5.30am in a fight and later in a fit of anger, Sampath cut Lavanya’s throat through with a kitchen knife while she slept.

While rescuing his mother, one of her minor sons was stabbed in the leg. After the attack, the suspect left the house and fell outside on a drain. When the witnesses rushed to help, they found Lavanya dead in a pool of blood and the child moaning uncontrollably. They took Sampath to the hospital before calling the Attibele police. But Sampath later died at the hospital.

According to the preliminary investigation, Sampath came home drunk and fighting with Lavanya, which prompted him to doubt her fidelity and divorce her. Her family, on the other hand, had tried to bring it back together several times.

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