Man cut his sister-in-law’s throat then left her bleeding to death in her children’s arms because he was envious of his successful brother

Daily Mail:

  • Foyez Ahmed, 31, was sentenced to a minimum of 22 years in jail after killing Razu Khan in Oldham, Greater Manchester
  • Mrs Khan was found fatally injured on the sofa by three of her children who held her hand and tried to revive her
  • Ahmed felt he had been ‘treated badly’ by his brother Mohammed Rahman and his wife despite them giving him food and shelter

By Steve Nolan

PUBLISHED: 06:30 EST, 20 November 2012 | UPDATED: 11:48 EST, 20 November 2012

An unemployed and homeless man beat his sister-in-law with a dumbbell bar and cut her throat leaving her to bleed to death in the arms of her young children – out of shame at his lack of ‘status’ in the community.

Foyez Ahmed, 31, flew into a rage and beat 38-year-old Razu Khan before slashing her throat with a kitchen knife, severing her wind pipe and blood vessels, and fleeing the family home.

He was starting a life sentence in jail today, ordered to serve a minimum 22 year prison term at Manchester Crown Court after pleading guilty to murder.

Foyez Ahmed was jailed for life with a minimum of 22 years at Manchester Crown Square Crown Court after he killed his sister in law
Family picture of Razu Khanum who was murdered by her brother-in-law

Sentenced: Foyez Ahmed, left, was given a life sentence for murdering sister-in-law Razu Khan at her Oldham, Greater Manchester home in June

Bangladeshi Ahmed, who had no job, no money, no home and no prospect of marriage, had tried to ‘calm himself down’ by consulting the Koran, but ‘lost it’ after believing that Mrs Khan had laughed at him.

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2 Responses to Man cut his sister-in-law’s throat then left her bleeding to death in her children’s arms because he was envious of his successful brother

  1. Richard says:

    When are the Brits going to do the sensible thing and re-instate the death penalty? Then people like this won’t be released in a few years to be a danger to the rest of the people?

  2. When*Pigs*Fly says:

    Yes, the presence of certain types of very violent people in large numbers requires a return of the death penalty..

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