a tragedy on the Deepavali eve
Malaysia latest news: A 7-year-old boy died after his 11-year-old cousin accidentally stabbed him to death.
The incident occurred at the home of the cousin of Kampong Ge in Sitiawan, Ipoh, Perak.
On the second day of the incident, the victim directly ran into his 11-year-old cousin who was holding a knife, and their family members were busy preparing for Deepavali.
The victim’s 43-year-old uncle D Mathialagan said:
“His cousin had wanted to use the knife to cut a rope outside the house. My nephew was running around from his house to his cousin’s house next door.”
According to the uncle, the boy lived next door and hit the girl at the front door.
“The knife pierced him in the chest. There was blood everywhere. We took him to the Seri Manjung Hospital where he was pronounced dead.”
The 43-year-old uncle was in Raja Pemaisuri Benon. Said when the hospital’s forensic department met. HRPB) in Ipoh early on November 15.
The victim will cremated on Monday, November 16.
Manjung District Police Chief ACP Nor Omar Sappi confirmed the incident and added that the autopsy report on the boy found that he died of a chest stab wound.
At the same time, the uncle said that his nephew’s request for mutton curry before the tragedy would now haunt him forever.
He told the “New Straits Times”: “I told him that he could only taste it the next day as it was the main dish for Deepavali celebrations. We didn’t expect that he would be gone so soon.”
The boy’s upset father has been unable to maintain unity.
Meanwhile, the Manjung District Police Chief Nor Omar Sappi confirmed the matter when contacted today.
He said that the post-mortem investigation has conducted at HRPB this morning and the police are still investigating the case.