Sheniza Mangru, 23, of East Canefield East Canje, Berbice was on Sunday morning discharged from the Intensive Care Unit of the New Amsterdam Public Hospital after being admitted with twelve stabs wounds about her body.
The wounds were inflicted by her former lover who has since committed suicide.
The deceased, Parbu Rattan, 29, resided at 7 Reliance East Canje Berbice and was employed as a cane cutter at the Rose Hall Estate.
Mangru’s assailant, who was under police watch at the New Amsterdam Hospital, succumbed after ingesting a poisonous liquid minutes after stabbing the woman.
According to reports coming out of the Ancient County, the injured Mangru who works as a clerk at Hazrat General Store located in New Amsterdam, was walking out of her street around 06:40 am on Saturday on her way to work when the man came up to her and demanded that she reconsider their relationship.
It was after she rejected him that he reached into his pocket for a knife and began to stab Mangru about her body. The woman received stab wounds to her breast, back and knee.
The bleeding Mangru collapsed to the ground and was subsequently picked up and rushed to the New Amsterdam Hospital.
In the meantime the culprit was confronted by Mangru’s brother. He told the man, “Ah just juk up you sister and drink some poison and you can do what you want.” Soon after, Rattan collapsed.
The wounded woman’s relations told Kaieteur News that Mangru endured years of physical abuse at the hands of the now dead Rattan.
After being embroiled in domestic squabbles over time, the woman decided that she had had enough and decided to move out of their Reliance, East Canje, Berbice home.
Relatives recalled that just recently the couple had a fight. During the altercation Rattan ran her with a cutlass causing her to seek refuge in a nearby yard.
That matter was engaging the attention of the court but it was after Mangru declined to offer further evidence the Magistrate dismissed the charges against the accused.
Rattan is survived by his mother, five sisters and two brothers.
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