Kuala Lumpur, Sep 10 (ANI): An Indian woman, who is suspected of murdering her husband in Malaysia, was chased back into the arms of Malaysian law by relatives of the victim.
The suspect, a 30-year-old woman, had fled with her 8-year-old daughter late last month after the brutal murder of her husband, Khalid Abdullah, a restaurant owner and moneychanger.
The woman, an Indian national, stayed with relatives in Chennai but unknown to her, her husband's relatives also lived in the same neighbourhood, The NST Online reports.
The husband's relatives had been following the murder case closely through online news portals and when reports that the wife might have fled to India appeared, they tracked her down to the house in Chennai.
They contacted their kin here who advised them not to harm the woman but to harass her into leaving India.
The woman is the victim's second wife. Khalid's first wife and children are also in India.
Unable to take the constant abuse, the woman gave herself up to the Indian authorities. The woman and her daughter arrived at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport at 7 a.m. on Wednesday and were immediately arrested by the police.
Ampang district police chief Assistant Commissioner Abdul Jalil Hassan said their Indian counterparts notified about woman's return to Malaysia.
Jalil said the woman was being held for questioning. They would apply for a remand order at the Ampang magistrate's court today.
The woman had sought a friend's help on August 22 to dispose of a suitcase, which she claimed contained a stolen golden statue.
The friend and the woman drove the victim's Nissan Grand Livina towards Bentong and threw the bag into a secluded spot off the Karak Highway. (ANI)