A 29-year-old man was found stabbed to death in the parking lot of a Tesco building in London. Mohammed Nadeemuddin, who hailed from Hyderabad, had been living in London for the past six years, reports Mumbai Mirror. His wife, a doctor, is currently pregnant with their child and joined him just 25 days ago.
His wife is in a state of shock and is undergoing psychological counselling. she can't travel back to India at the moment since she just got to London and pregnancy do not permit her travel back.
Speaking to reporters, a family friend, Faheem Qureshi, said that Nadeemuddin was killed by an Asian. Reports state that the accused could be a Pakistani national.
His parents and his wife who are also staying in London called up the supermarket management when he did not return from the duty till late. The supermarket staff along with the security personnel of the mall checked the area and found Nadeem's body in the parking area," Faheem Qureshi told Hindustan Times.
The family felt that something was amiss when Nadeemuddin did not return home after his shift at the Tesco. They called the managers at the supermarket to check up on him. After searching for him through security footage, they came across his body with stab wounds. He reportedly died immediately of excessive bleeding.
The family has written to External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to look into the matter and provide quick visas so they can go to London to retrieve the body.
Majlis Bachao Tehreek (MBT) spokesman Amjad Ullah Khan also spoke to Swaraj on behalf of the family. Nadeemuddin was killed while he was expecting his British citizenship.
Qureshi said that Nadeemuddin cannot be flown back to Hyderabad for a proper funeral and would be buried in London.