Memorial plaque for Indian techie unveiled in Australia

Sydney, Nov 23 (IANS) The family of an Indian IT consultant, who was stabbed to death in Australia’s Sydney city this year, unveiled a plaque in her honour, the media reported on Monday.

The memorial was unveiled at Parramatta Park, the same park where Prabha Arun Kumar, 41, was stabbed to death on March 7, ABC reported.

Her parents, husband, daughter and brother, who were present at the unveiling, took a walk on the same path she walked on the night she was killed.

“No mother or father should go through what they have been through in having to bury their own daughter,” her brother said.

Kumar was on the phone with her husband G. Arun Kumar, who lives in Bengaluru, India, when she was attacked.

She had told her husband that a suspicious-looking man was following her before she started pleading with her attacker not to harm her.

“I think I’ve been stabbed,” she told her husband as she collapsed.

Police later released a CCTV footage of the incident.

No arrest has been made till date in connection with the murder.

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