Marriage was planned for the Hyderabad girl, 27, who was brutally killed in London.
A Brazilian national killed the 27-year-old lady in London.
Kontham Tejaswini previously spoke with her parents on her plans of getting married this year after her return from United Kingdom, but her family has been devastated by her death.
The 27-year-old lady was murdered in the city of London by a Brazilian national, despite the fact her family was given information that she had been “attacked” at the shared flat she was living in.
While authorities in the UK have yet to publicly identify the victim, sources from India indicate that it was Tejaswini, a young professional from Hyderabad.
Tejaswini, who was studying MS in the UK, was reportedly stabbed to death in her London flat, according to the UK Metropolitan Police.
Two men have been imprisoned in connection with a killing that took place on Tuesday at a home residence in Neeld Crescent, Wembley, London.
“We found out about the event this morning. We don’t know when it happened. “We got word that she is seriously ill and, is in the hospital,” Tejaswini’s father told a news media. He claimed she went to London three years ago and finished her MS course there.
She visited Hyderabad in August of last year and then went to London the following month. He stated that she was meant to fly down here in May of this year.
“We had planned to conduct her wedding.” She stated that she will return once the arrangement is completed. “She had resigned from her temporary job and stated that she would return after working for another month,” he said.
The 23-year-old guy was arrested in Harrow, close to the murder scene on Neeld Crescent in Wembley. The victim’s uncle requested that the authorities make the required procedures to transport her body from the United Kingdom to Hyderabad