Sajaky Karunanantham Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Death, Incident Detail

Who was Sajaky Karunanantham? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Cause of Death, Incident Detail, Instagram

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A girl ‘stabbed to death’ and her mother, fighting for her life after being found in ‘a pool of blood’, are pictured for the first time today.

Little Sajaky was found ‘lifeless’ at the Mitcham home yesterday with her mother Sutha Karunanantham, 35, in a pool of blood.

Neighbors have spoken of their shock after the pair were discovered with injuries inside a flat in south London.

Sajaky Karunanantham Age

She was five years old.

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Sajaky Karunanantham Parents

Her father, Sivanantham Karunanantham, known as Suganthan, works in a local Sainsbury’s supermarket and received a call while on shift informing him of the tragedy.

He is being comforted by friends and family today.

Sources close to him said his wife had undergone an operation lasting five hours for a knife wound to her stomach and faced further surgery.

Ms. Gonzales said she had heard the mother was ‘severely depressed’ and had also been suffering from illness before the incident.

Cause of Death

A five-year-old girl ‘stabbed to death’ and her mother, fighting for her life after being found in ‘a pool of blood’, are pictured for the first time today.

Little Sajaky was found ‘lifeless’ at the Mitcham home yesterday with her mother Sutha Karunanantham, 35, in a pool of blood.

Neighbors have spoken of their shock after the pair were discovered with injuries inside a flat in south London.

Incident Detail

NHS worker and neighbor Elsa Gonzales, 47, described hearing screaming and crying coming from the flat in Monarch Parade in Mitcham, where a family-of-four from Sri Lanka lived.

When she arrived, she discovered the woman wearing only her underwear.

She said: ‘A young boy was crying and screaming.

‘I went next door and saw the lady on the floor covered in blood.

‘She had what looked like a knife wound in her stomach.’

Scotland Yard said it has not made any arrests. They are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident.

Little Sajaky was attending a local Tamil class to learn her parent’s language, sources close to the family told MailOnline.

Her father, Sivanantham Karunanantham, known as Suganthan, works in a local Sainsbury’s supermarket and received a call while on shift informing him of the tragedy.

He is being comforted by friends and family today.

Sources close to him said his wife had undergone an operation lasting five hours for a knife wound to her stomach and faced further surgery.

Ms. Gonzales said she had heard the mother was ‘severely depressed’ and had also been suffering from illness before the incident.

Tribute

Paying tribute to the young girl, Ms. Gonzales said: ‘She’s so smart and so tough. She was always fighting with the boys when she played.

‘She’s always smiling at me. She was such a good girl. My heart breaks for her.’

Another neighbor Riza Marfilla, 55, said: ‘It’s so sad. She likes Bruno – my dog. Whenever she would see him, she would be shoutIng ‘Bruno! Bruno!’.

‘She is such a sweet child.’

A forensics team was seen entering the flat today while a uniformed police officer stood guard outside the first-floor property.

Meanwhile, flowers have been left tied on to a railing outside the flat.

One witness saw the father, a worker at Sainsbury’s, being spoken to by police.

When Guna, 27, who works at the Kwik Mart shop below the flat in Monarch Parade, said the family was regular customers.

He said: ‘He comes every day in the shop. In the last two or three days, I didn’t see him. His daughter and his son are of good character. I’m so sad to think she is gone.

‘They’re a good family. Every day he comes in to spend a few pounds. Some days I give the children chocolates.

‘Yesterday I didn’t see them. I didn’t see them on Monday or Tuesday.’

He added: ‘Some people said there were family problems. I’ve heard people say the mother is depressed.

‘At around 4 pm yesterday, there was a helicopter and police blocked the road.

‘Last Monday he was all smiling. She talked and said, how are you? I don’t know what could have happened.’

The road outside the property, which is on a parade of shops near Mitcham Library, was closed for several hours last night.

Witnesses filmed the police response and the helicopter taking the two victims to the hospital.

A Met spokesperson said: ‘Officers and London Ambulance Service attended and a woman and a child were inside a property suffering injuries.

‘The woman, aged 35, has been taken to hospital where her injuries are deemed life-threatening.

‘The child, a five-year-old girl, was also taken to hospital, however, was pronounced dead shortly after. Next of kin have been informed.

‘A post-mortem examination will take place in due course.’

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