strangulate


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He went on to assault his daughter and tried to strangulate her.
When the 27- year- old actress opened the door, the stalker barged into the house and grabbed her by the neck and allegedly tried to strangulate her.
They said that the claimants of democracy had suppressed the democratic and human rights of the people of Kashmir by brutal force and were placing restrictions on the activities and expression of the people and their leadership to strangulate the voice for freedom.
Abdul Qadir Baloch said that banned outfits compare the said law with the rules and regulations of those countries where extremists don't strangulate security personnel and attack the worship places, which is unjustified.
He once tore the bed sheet given to him and tried to strangulate himself with the help of the torn cloth.