"I request your good self to kindly arrange to coordinate with the London Embassy in granting visa to Ayesha Sultana, mother-in-law of the deceased, at the earliest, on humanitarian grounds," he said in his letter.
Ali said he has spoken to the family members, who informed him that Ayesha Sultana, mother-in-law of the deceased, planned to join them at London for moral support.
Nadeem Uddin Hameed Mohammed (24) was stabbed to death in a supermarket parking area near London on May 10.
He was living in south-west London with his parents and seven-month pregnant wife.
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