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Malaysian Indian prisoner, Used to repeatedly harass a Girl -by Ecork

He repeatedly beat his girlfriend, threatening to kill her in several incidents (Representative)


An Malaysian Indian man was sentenced to seven months and three weeks in prison on Wednesday for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend, breaking her phone after she picked up a SIM card, and tore up her passport. and touched him.

Judge Paartiban Maniam has been remanded in custody until March 12 when he was arrested and released, the newspaper reported today.

A 30-year-old Malaysian man has been charged with two counts of aggravated assault with intent to commit felony criminal mischief.

He has been drinking at all these events.

District Judge James Elisha Lee considered other similar charges for judicial reasons.

The court heard that Paartiban dated his 38-year-old partner for two to three years. They lived together with her uncle in Singapore from December last year until January 23, when it first happened to her.

He ended the relationship in early March.

Paartiban went out for a drink with his friends on January 23 before having an argument with the victim over the phone. When he got home, he accused her of being in the company of another man and insulted her.

When his uncle took them to an empty field in the yard where he was living to settle the matter, Paartiban beat up his girlfriend and beat her. The adult needs to be told to stop.

Back on the plain plain, Paartiban placed a kitchen knife on his girlfriend’s neck, threatening to kill her. Then he hit her on the head with a kitchen towel.

Sorry, he wrestled grabbing it from her and hit her with it.

Her uncle finally called the police.

Paartiban was arrested before being released on police bail.

About a month later, on February 28, the Paartiban came out of the plate but returned.

When his girlfriend refused to let him in, he untied the metal door in the main door by forcefully pulling it out of the wall. Then he went inside, picked up his phone and stretched his eyes.

During their argument, he pointed a fruit knife to his chest and said in Tamil that he would “definitely kill” her.

Then he pointed to his intestines and threatened to kill her again. The woman calmed him down and dropped the scissors before hitting him on the shoulder.

Fearing for his life, he turned his attention to his possessions and left.

All this time, he was yelling at her again, slapping her on the shoulder again, then taking her Malaysian passport as the TODAY news.

When he reached the front door, he apologized, walked over, and asked the passer-by to call the police.

Paartiban was arrested and released on police bail again.

On March 11, he asked her to return her clothes to him.

He took her to a large park, and he said that he was going to kill her that very day.

The woman refused to board a complimentary taxi, so she took him to a nearby seat.

As she sat on the couch, she pulled a metal cap out of her bag, cut it into pieces, and put it around her neck.

Then he checked his phone, said he had called other men the previous day, swallowed his SIM card and smashed the phone to the bench several times before putting it in his pocket. He also changed a bottle of alcohol on his head but lost it.

He continued to drink and washed the bottle before placing it around his neck. He also said that he would kill him that day before he was killed.

Then he placed a few pieces in the bottle and asked her to follow him.

While he was drinking, he put his arm around his neck and touched it. A police car drove past them, letting it go.

Then he went to the police for help.

Prosecutors are serving seven to 10 months in prison for the Paartiban.

For criminal offenses, he could be jailed for two years or a fine, or both.

For voluntarily causing harm, you could have been jailed for three years or fined up to SGD5,000, or both. And for bad behavior, it could be imprisonment for two years or a fine, or both.

(Except for the title, this story has not been edited by the NDTV staff and is published from an integrated feed.)

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