Enriched care worker, 27, who slit her 34-year-old sister's throat and cut off her hand at her home while her four children slept upstairs faces life in prison after admitting to murder
Sabah Khan, 27, brutally murdered her sister, mother-of-four Saima Khan, 34
She cut Saima's throat and cut off her hand as the victim's children were sleeping
Carried out the savage attack at their home while their family were at a funeral
By AMIE GORDON FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 11:18 BST, 24 October 2017 | UPDATED: 11:52 BST, 24 October 2017
A care worker who stabbed her older sister to death and cut off her hand is facing a life sentence.
Sabah Khan, 27, cut the throat of mother-of-four Saima Khan, 34, while the victim's children were sleeping upstairs at the family home in Luton.
At the time of the savage attack other members of the family were at a local mosque attending a funeral.
Saima Khan, who was also a care worker, moved to England from Holland lived with parents, sister and taxi-driver husband Hafeez Rehman and was described by neighbours as a 'quiet but friendly lady'.