By Brittany Chain For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 10:42 BST, 21 April 2019 | Updated: 10:42 BST, 21 April 2019
Syeda Nirupama Hossain's body was found by a concerned friend at about 4am on Sunday
The mother-of-two who was found dead only metres from her sleeping children has been remembered as a loving and kind woman.
Syeda Nirupama Hossain's body was found by a concerned friend at about 4am on Sunday morning in the garage of her Minto home.
She had been stabbed to death.
Her husband, Altaf Hossain, was taken into police custody at the scene and is expected to be charged with her murder,
Minto: It has been a tragic Easter for a young brother and sister; their mother has been murdered and their father has been arrested. The children were sleeping when their mother's body was found in the family garage. @Andrew_Denney #7NEWS pic.twitter.com/a5XvDzRXCR— 7NEWS Sydney (@7NewsSydney) April 21, 2019
He was questioned using an interpreter at Campbelltown Police Station and later taken to Fairfield Hospital for treatment on an injured hand.
Mrs Hossain's distraught family were tasked with relaying the message of her death to her parents, who still live in Bangladesh.
The couple met overseas after Mr Hossain returned home from living in Australia to search for a wife.
They were married, and