A BRIT mum who poisoned her husband and slit his throat with her lover in a £2million life insurance plot said she’s “in hell” caged on death row.
Ramandeep Kaur Mann was convicted of brutally murdering her husband of 11 years, Sukhjit Singh, in his sleep as their nine-year-old son watched in horror.
Mann and her lover, Gurpreet Singh, began their sordid affair a year before they carried out the barbaric crime while staying with family in Basantapur, Uttar Pradesh, in 2016.
The 38-year-old and her accomplice, who was Sukhjit’s childhood best friend, laced their victim’s Biryani with sedatives, smothered him with a pillow, bludgeoned him with a hammer and finally slit his throat.
And, the evil murder was tragically witnessed by the couple’s eldest son, Arjun, who was just nine at the time.
Arjun’s mum had put sedatives in his curry to stop him from walking in on their gruesome plan.
However, they hadn’t taken affect before his dad was killed in front of his eyes.
The traumatised little boy later told police: “My dad was great but my mum was bad and I don’t want to see her face ever because she killed my dad in front of my eyes.
“She kept a pillow on my dad’s face and asked Gurpreet to slit his throat.”
The sick pair are said to have brutally taken Sukhjit’s life for a £2million life insurance policy as well as property in both the UK and India.
Mann was quickly arrested and sentenced to death by hanging, while Singh was given life in prison and a £260,000 fine.
The killer mum now waits caged in one of India’s most overcrowded prisons with 55 other female prisoners and 1,300 male inmates – official capacity for the lock up is just 511.
She is the only foreign prisoner and the only one on death row in Shahjahanpur District Jail.
Speaking to the MailOnline, Mann claimed she is barely surviving in a “living hell”.
“It’s horrendous, it’s like being in hell- both this prison and the bigger situation that I find myself in,” she said.
“It’s the worst thing that has happened to me. I feel so alone, I haven’t made any friends in here and I just keep myself to myself.”
The death row inmate also complained about the “awful” food and how she spends her days crying.
She claimed her conviction was a “miscarriage of justice” and still insists from behind bars that her husband’s family framed her.
The twister killer alleged they carried out the unthinkable murder after he revealed plans to sell 21 acres of land.
“There’s nobody helping me, I’m all alone here. I can’t begin to tell you how horrendous this whole thing is,” she added.
“I’m not good at all. Please, somebody help me.”
Mann begged the British High Commission to fly out and see her to review the case.
The mum-of-two also said she has not heard or seen from either child since her arrest.
Jail Superintendent Mijaji Lal told MailOnline: “We are doing our best to look after her because we understand that things must be very difficult for Mann.
“We’re encouraging her to take up a sport like badminton or run English classes for the other inmates.”
Mann, who grew up in Slough, Berkshire met Sukhjit in 2002 when she was just 17 and he was 20.
They married in 2005 and after running a pizza restaurant in Carshalton, Surrey, moved to Derby to raise their two boys.
A pal of the couple previously told MailOnline Sukhjit “worshipped the ground” his wife walked on.
They added: “[He] waited on her hand and foot. I got the impression she always got what she wanted.”