Men kill 29 women in November
KCDP announced that 29 more women were murdered in November. Most of the murders were committed in homes.
According to the November report of the We Will Stop Femicide Platform (KCDP), 29 more women were murdered, and 10 women died suspiciously last month.
It was not possible to establish the reason for the killing of 10 of the 29 women murdered. 13 women were murdered by their husbands or relatives because they wanted a divorce, refused to reconcile, refused to marry, refused to have a relationship, and wanted to make decisions about their own lives.
According to the report, out of the 29 women, 10 were murdered by their husbands, 5 by their partners, 1 by her ex-partner, 4 by ex-husbands, 2 by relatives, 2 by their fathers, 1 by her sister, 1 by her son, and 2 by someone they knew.
20 of the murdered women were killed at home, 4 outside, 3 at the workplace and 1 on a field.
69 percent of the women murdered in November were killed in their homes.