A mother of two is nursing multiple stab wounds to her head at the Georgetown Public Hospital
Corporation (GPHC) after she was attacked by her reputed husband of four years.
The attack occurred around 17:00 hrs on Sunday on the Nismes, West Bank Demerara (WBD) Public Road.
The injured woman has been identified as Indera Kumdial, a 40-year-old sales clerk at a city store. She resides at Lot 70 Patentia, WBD.
According to information, Kumdial and her reputed husband got into a heated argument during which she was attacked. Police managed to arrest her spouse minutes after the attack.
At the hospital yesterday, the mother of two said that she was at work when she noticed her reputed husband standing at the entrance to the store Sunday afternoon.
“We separate since July but he does still come by me and talk to the kids and so. Last week whole week he collected me so when he showed up yesterday (Sunday) I leave with him because he does normally drop me home,” Kumdial said.
On her hospital bed, she said that while at Nismes, her husband stopped the vehicle and began kissing her.
“He then pulled out the knife and start stabbing me. He left me inside the vehicle and run out but I run out too and start stopping vehicles and some people went behind he,” the mother of two said.
She said, “Before he stopped at Nismes we had an argument over an incident that happened a month ago where he went to the police station and tell the police that I don’t want him to see his kids; and that is not true,” the woman related.
She is now in a stable condition at the facility.
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