British: British woman sentenced to death for £2m murder of husband

British: British woman sentenced to death for £2m murder of husband

By Ahmad Hadizat Omayoza, Mamos Nigeria

British woman sentenced to death for over £2m for murdering her husband.

A British woman, Ramandeep Kaur Mann, is found guilty of her husband’s death in India and sentenced to death by hanging.

According to the Mirror, Kaur Mann was found guilty of the murder of Sukhjeet Singh by an Indian court.

A court heard Ms Kaur Mann poisoned her family before cutting her husband’s throat on September 2, 2016 to inherit £2 million from her life insurance policy. did.

Her accomplice Gurpreet Singh was sentenced to life imprisonment.

Eyewitness testimony from the victim’s nine-year-old son is said to have been crucial in convicting the British national.

She was returning from a month-long family holiday in Shahjahanpur, Sukhjeet’s hometown, when she carried out the plan to kill her husband of 11 years, the report said.

She committed a heinous act by poisoning the food she gave to several members of her family, but her eldest son did not eat it.

On the morning of September 2, 2016, Sukhjeet’s body was found in a pool of blood on the first floor of her house where she was sleeping with her family.

Sukhjeet’s mother Vansh Kaur was said to have been sleeping on the first floor of her house.

Murder charges were filed against Kaur Mann and Gurpreet, and during the investigation, the police discovered that both the killers were in a relationship.

The court convicted them of murder and criminal offenses committed together by several people.

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