Girl kills mother and two younger sisters
Karur, Tamil Nadu Mar 27 (UNI) An 18-year old girl murdered her mother and two younger sisters over difference of opinion, at a housing colony in Gandhigramam here early today police said.
Police said the accused S Naveena, who is pursuing an ndergraduate course at the Government Arts College here, had a quarrel with her mother Mary (42) last night. The girl's father M selvam (48) a headconstable, attached to the Aravakkurichi police station was away from their home for night duty.
Enraged over the quarrel, Naveena killed her mother by hitting her on the head with a grinding stone while she was asleep. Her second sister, Vinodhini (16) a plus one student, who witnessed the horrific incident, was also attacked with a sickle by Naveena.
Vinodhini, who suffered bleeding injuries on her head, managed to escape from the house and went to the nearby Armed Reserve Police quarters and reported the matter to the staff on duty.
The army men then reported the matter to the police.
A police team rushed to the spot and found the body of Mary in a pool of blood. The team intially could not find Vinodhini's two other sisters, Smily (14), a ninth standard student and Akhilandeswari (nine), a fourth standard student in the shouse.
Their bodies were later discouered in a sump at a deserted house in the locality.
The three bodies were sent to the Government Hospital at Karur for post mortem, and Vinodhini, was admitted to the Government Hospital, where her condition was stated to be stable.
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