In a knife attack in Slough, a newly married supermarket assistant manager who was stabbed to death was about to become a father for the first time. In the Slough supermarket underground car park, Nadeem Uddin Hameed Mohammed was stabbed in the chest. The assistant manager from Poundland, 24, married his wife Aafsha ten months ago. After the attack on May 8, he died in hospital. Mr Mohammed was rushed to the hospital where he was admitted to A&E, but he succumbed to his injuries and died shortly after, despite the best efforts of medical teams.
Wellwishers hope to raise £30,000 for Mr Mohammed’s wife Aafsha and their unborn child. A statement on the fundraising page said: ‘Absolutely devastating news about Nadeem from Hyderabad who got murdered at the Tesco car park, at the young age of 24 and he only got married about 10 months ago, his wife Aafsha needs all your support as she is currently in a shock and 7 months pregnant.
‘Words are not enough to express the sorrow and grief his wife is going through and our heart pours out for his wife who has all been left alone in this world. I know no financial assistance can help the family to recoup the loss but the funds raised will certainly help the family and secure the children’s future. ‘I would urge… to give them privacy at this moment.’
The attack took place on Brunel Way in Wellington St, Slough, Berkshire, at 12.32pm on May 8. Speaking last week a Thames Valley Police spokesman confirmed a 26-year-old man had been arrested and charged with murder in connection with the incident. The spokesman said: ‘Thames Valley Police has charged a man from Slough with murder. Aqib Pervaiz, aged 26, of Rochford Gardens, Slough, was charged with one count of murder.
‘It is in connection with an incident in Slough at 12.32pm on Wednesday May 8, which resulted in the death of 24-year-old Nadeem Uddin Hameed Mohammed, from Southall, in the car park of Tesco in Wellington Street.’ Pervaiz appeared Reading Crown Court on Monday May 13, where a provisional trial date was set for October 2. He was remanded in custody.