Suspect in 2014 attempted murder case rescinds negotiated plea agreement

Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Mohammad Salimullah, right, listens to proceedings in Superior Court Wednesday with the assistance of his Hindi interpreter, left. Salimullah elected to rescind a plea agreement in his attempted murder case.

NASHUA – Just before his plea and sentencing hearing was scheduled to start in Superior Court Wednesday morning, Mohammad Salimullah, the former Nashua man charged with attempted murder and other offenses for allegedly slashing his wife’s throat in 2013, notified the court he’d decided to rescind the negotiated agreement.

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