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Indian-origin man charged with stabbing wife in Singapore

IANS  |  Singapore 

A 29-year-old Indian-origin man was charged at a here on Monday with stabbing his wife using a with a 10-cm-long

Jayselan stabbed 26-year-old twice in her abdomen and twice on her lower back on Saturday, causing her to suffer puncture wounds, according to documents.

Krishnakumar, who was warded at after the attack, is said to be in a stable condition, reported.

"Mayuri is my wife. For the mistake that she did, I admit that what I did to her was wrong," said Chandrasegar in the

"I only stabbed her twice, not more than that. I did not think that I'll do such a thing to my wife. I have a child at home, I couldn't take it that she did this to me and my child," he added, without elaborating further.

Chandrasegar is accused of "using a weapon that is likely to cause death", the documents stated. The incident was recorded by a bystander and shared on

He was arrested by the police shortly.

According to the report, Chandrasegar's wife was taking a walk with someone else when the incident occurred.

If found guilty and convicted under the charge of voluntarily causing grievous hurt by dangerous means, Chandrasegar could be sent to prison for life. He can also be jailed for up to 15 years and fined or caned.



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First Published: Mon, January 01 2018. 20:36 IST