In an incident that happened on Friday, 8 November, a pregnant woman drove herself to a hospital after she was stabbed by her husband four times at their home in Precinct 9, Putrajaya.
At the hospital, she went into labour and gave birth on Saturday.
The woman, who is a teacher and was 37-weeks pregnant, suffered two stab wounds to her stomach including to her hands and back
Earlier today, 10 November, New Straits Times reported that the 35-year-old teacher gave birth to a baby boy through Caesarean section. Both mother and son are in stable condition.
According to the report, she was stabbed with a knife by her 39-year-old husband, who is an audio engineer, at their home in Precinct 9, Putrajaya, at 9.50am, on Friday.
Police have since arrested the husband
Free Malaysia Today reported Putrajaya district police chief Assistant Commissioner Rosly Hassan saying that the husband has been arrested and remanded until Friday, 15 November for further investigation.
Police have also seized a knife, which they believe was used to stab the victim.
Bernama reported Rosly saying that the case is being investigated under Section 326 of the Penal Code and that their initial investigations revealed that the suspect had no criminal record.