The Prosecutor-General’s Office has completed investigation into the case of Bobojon Shirinov, who is charged with killing his ex-wife, and the case has moved to a court. 

Criminal proceedings have reportedly been instituted against Bobojon Shirinov under the provisions of Article 104 (2) of Tajikistan’s Penal Code – overkill.  

Recall, ex-secretary of Higher Economic Court of Tajikistan, Bobojon Shirinov, was arrested in early June on suspicion of killing his former wife. 

According to the Interior Ministry press center, the murder took place in Dushanbe’s Sino district in the evening of June 6.  

A 33-year-old Mohira Yatimova was reportedly taken to the city central hospital with multiple stab wounds on June 6 at 10:40 pm.  She died of sustained wounds.  

Her former husband, 33-year-old Bobojon Shirinov, was detained on suspicion of killing his former wife, the Interior Ministry press center said.   

Meanwhile, a source at the Interior Ministry says Bobojon Shirinov gave himself up to police station at insistence of his father Rajabali Shirinov.  He reportedly said he had inflicted stab wounds on his former wife following quarrel.    

Bobojon Shirinov and Mohira Yatimova got married in 2007 and divorced two years ago.  They reportedly had conflicts over their three children and property.  

Bobojon Shirinov is son of general Rajabali Shirinov, former deputy chief of the Agency for State Financial Control and Combating Corruption.  Rajabali Shirinov was relieved of his post as deputy chief of the anticorruption agency in February 2015.  

Meanwhile Mohira’s father, Ahliddin Yatimov, says the Dushanbe city court is considering the case involving the murder of his daughter.