Murdered Brit Indian teen's family says void has been created in their lives
London, Feb.18 (ANI): The family of murdered Brit Indian teen Asha Muneer said that "a void" had been created in their lives" by the frenzied killing.
Asha, an 18-year-old A-level student, was attacked and stabbed repeatedly by her ex-boyfriend Gulamyr Akhter, who has since appeared at East Berkshire magistrates' court in Slough after being arrested in Reading, Berkshire.
"Our family have lost a loving, beautiful daughter and we are trying to come to terms with how she died and the void that it has left in our lives," the Daily Express quoted the family, as saying in a statement.Asha was found next to the Kennet and Avon Canal in Reading, Berks, by a jogger at 8.30 p.m. on Monday.
She was thought to have left work on the Brunel Retail Park more than two hours earlier when the shop closed.
he footpath where she was found passes under the A33 dual carriageway and is popular with fishermen, cyclists, joggers and dog walkers during daylight hours.
Staff where she worked said people returning home at night did not use it. (ANI)