Daughter of strangled lecturer says mum was loved by everyone

PETALING JAYA: The daughter of a lecturer who was allegedly strangled to death by her husband says that she will always miss her mother, and hopes that they will meet again in the future.

“Hana hopes that mama knows that you were always loved by everyone around you. Hana always loved you. Thank you mama.

“You were always faced with one test after another, and it was time for you to go. Hana misses you so much. Hopefully we will meet again. Al Fatihah, ” her daughter said in a Facebook posting.

A 41-year-old man was detained after being suspected to have choked the lecturer with her headscarf in a fit of rage before driving the lifeless body to a lake near Pinggiran Cyberjaya.

Sepang OCPD Asst Comm Wan Kamarul Azran Wan Yusoff said police were alerted to the case, after the husband called Cyberjaya police station, informing them that he had found his wife’s body at 1.04am on July 30.

Investigations, which focused on the husband, revealed the couple had been experiencing marital problems ever since she forced him to proclaim divorce on June 24, he added.

He added a post-mortem at Hospital Serdang revealed the 40-year-old woman died of compression to the neck.

The man had been remanded until Thursday (Aug 6) to help in investigations.

The couple were married in 2005.

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