ENGLAND: A 28-year-old Indian-origin man who stabbed his wife multiple times before driving to a nearby street where he left her body on the pavement has been sentenced to life imprisonment by a UK court on Monday, after pleading guilty to murder.
Kashish Aggarwal attacked wife Geetika Goyal at their home on Wintersdale Road in Leicester, central England, on March 3 this year. He then put her body in the boot of her car and drove around half a mile to Uppingham Close, where he left her body on the street before driving back home, Leicestershire Crown Court was told.
Aggarwal was sentenced by the court to life imprisonment to serve a minimum of 20 years and six months before being eligible for parole.
Kashish Aggarwal, 28, who stabbed his wife multiple times before driving to a nearby street where he left her body on the pavement has been jailed after pleading guilty to murder. Read more ➡️ https://t.co/lvTc8hkEf3 pic.twitter.com/3J4T3LPLf3— Leicestershire Police (@leicspolice) October 18, 2021