Suicide bomber Ayesha’s letter comes to light, shocking revelations
New Delhi: 23-year-old Ayesha, a resident of Wattoo in Ahmedabad, India, committed suicide last week. Before committing suicide, she had also made a video which caused a wave of outrage on social media. Husband Arif Khan was arrested and produced in court.
According to Indian media reports, in the case of Ayesha suicide of Ahmedabad resident, the police produced her husband Arif Khan before the Metropolitan Magistrate and took him into custody for three days for questioning. Arif Khan was sent to jail today.
The case was heard in the Ahmedabad Metropolitan Court where Ayesha’s husband Arif Khan was produced before the court again today after a three-day remand. A letter written by Ayesha to Ayesha’s lawyer and her family was also available during the hearing. Which can play an important role in this case.
During the police investigation, Ayesha’s husband Arif’s mobile phone was found by the police which also contained a 72-minute call recording from which Ayesha had talked to Arif before her death in which Arif had told Ayesha that ‘ If you want to die, die and send me a video.