In Tamil Nadu, a woman recently murdered her daughter in order to stop her from marrying a man from a different community. The victim in the matter worked as a nurse in Coimbatore and was strangled to death after her mother disagreed on her wishes to marry another man from the BC (Backward Classes). The victim and her family belong to the MBC (most backward classes).

According to reports, the victim in the matter has been identified as 20-year-old P Aruna while the accused, her own mother, was identified as 45-year-old Arumugakani. Arumugakani has been booked for the murder of her daughter, and the case is being investigated as a case of honor killing. After murdering her daughter, Arumugakani also tried to kill herself. However, she survived the ordeal, and is currently hospitalized.

According to reports, the victim Aruna was a nursing college student in Coimbatore and was in love with a man from a different community. When she confided in her mother regarding the matter, her mother asked her to come home to discuss the matter further.

Aruna came home, and to her horror, her mother started arranging her marriage to a man from their own community. This triggered a quarrel between the mother-daughter duo, which ended with the mother strangling her mother to death using her stole.

The Facts of the Matter

In yet another case of a parent taking their child’s life for wanting to live and love as per their own wish, a mother in Tamil Nadu reportedly strangled her daughter to death to stop her from marrying a man from different community. While the victim and her family belong to the MBC (Most Backward Classes), the man who the victim wanted to marry belongs to the BC (Backward Classes).

The victim in the matter is 20-year-old P Aruna, a nursing institute student while the accused has been identified as her mother, 45-year-old Arumugakani.


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Victim Told Mother about Relationship

As per the reports, the victim Aruna was a nursing college student, studying in Coimbatore. She recently confided in her mother and told her about being in love with another youth, whom she wanted to marry. Her mother Arumugakani asked her to come back home to discuss the matter in detail.

Little did Aruna know, her mother had different plans for her.

Mother Tries to fix Victim’s Marriage

Aruna came back to her home in Palamadai village in Tirunelveli district. However, to her horror, her mother started planning for her marriage with another man she had chosen from their own community. Aruna opposed the arrangement and expressed her desire to marry the youth she was in love with.

This triggered an argument between the mother-daughter duo. The argument escalated to a point of no return, when the accused mother used her stole and strangled the daughter to death.


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Attempting Suicide After Killing Daughter

After killiing her daughter, Arumugakani also tried to kill herself. However, when the neighbours heard the commotion, they rushed in to see the ordeal.

They saw Arumugakani trying to kill herself and rushed the mother daughter duo to the Tirunelveli Medical College Hospital for treatment. While Aruna was declared dead on arrival, Arumugakani is receiving treatment. She has been booked for murder.


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Mathura Suitcase Case

The incident comes just days after another gruesome honor killing case was reported from Mathura. Earlier this month, cops discovered an abandoned suitcase stuffed with the body of a woman at the Yamuna Expressway.

Investigation led the cops to zero in on the victim’s parents, who reportedly killed the woman as they were unhappy of her marriage without their approval. The enraged father shot the victim down, stuffed the victim’s body in the suitcase, and then threw it near the Yamuna Expressway.

 

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