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Ah neh FT killed in Parramatta, West Sydney while walking home at night

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    Parramatta stabbing: CCTV shows Prabha Arun Kumar minutes before fatal attack

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    Rachel Olding
    Published: March 9, 2015 - 5:06PM

    A woman who was fatally stabbed in the neck while walking home through Parramatta Park on Saturday night told her husband that a suspicious-looking man was following her.

    Prabha Arun Kumar, 41, was on the phone to her husband
    in India when she was killed on a dimly lit walkway in what police suspect was a random attack.


    Detectives released CCTV images on Monday afternoon depicting Ms Kumar walking alone on a well-lit concourse near Parramatta Station just minutes before she was confronted as she took a shortcut through a nearby park.


    Dressed in casual work attire and speaking on the phone to her husband, she had just finished a double shift as an IT worker and was on her way home to Westmead.


    The footage doesn't show anyone following her or acting suspiciously nearby, police said.


    Her husband, named in Indian media as G. Arun Kumar, arrived in Sydney from Bangalore on Monday morning and was speaking with detectives about the phone call.


    He was "extremely distressed", said Homicide Squad commander Michael Willing. "It was a terrible call to receive."


    Ms Kumar's brother-in-law, Thrijesh Jayachandra, spoke to Mr Kumar just before he departed for Sydney and revealed to The Hindu that he heard his wife pleading with her attacker not to harm her.


    "She was walking while talking to Arun over the phone when she said that a suspicious-looking man was following her," Mr Jayachandra told the paper.


    "The next moment, he heard her scream for help and then plead with the man not to harm her and take all her belongings if he wanted. Seconds later he heard her scream and say she was stabbed.

    "The call was cut abruptly."

    Ms Kumar was stabbed several times in the neck and collapsed on the walkway. A passerby found her in a pool of blood and she later died in hospital.


    Ms Kumar's pleas during the phone call suggest that she was stabbed by a stranger during a botched robbery, however Detective Superintendent Willing said police had not been able to confirm this theory.


    "We are at a loss at this point in time," he said.


    He said there was no reason to suggest it was a race-related attack or a targeted killing.


    "There is no reason to believe she knew her attacker," he said.

    He said detectives were releasing CCTV images of Ms Kumar in the hope that it would jog the memory of anyone who saw her on Saturday night.


    Detectives have also spent the day door-knocking residents of Westmead, asking if they knew Ms Kumar and if they had ever seen suspicious activity in the park.


    Detective Superintendent Willing has appealed for anyone who spoke to Ms Kumar, or anyone that knew her, to come forward.


    "It's a horrific crime, a very, very disturbing crime," he said.


    The 41-year-old mother, who worked for the IT company Mindtree, was planning to return to India in April after working in Australia for a few years.


    Her nine-year-old daughter, who lives in India with her father, was being shielded from the news of her mother's killing, The Hindu reported.


    Bharathi Jayachandra, Prabha's aunt, told the newspaper that Ms Kumar found it taxing to be away from her family.


    "She complained that the work pressure was also severe and she planned to return home for good in April."


    Yadu Singh, president of the Indian Australian Association of NSW, said he had asked the local police, council and Parramatta Park Trust to undertake an urgent review of the area between Park Parade, Parramatta, and Amos Street, Westmead, to identify any security blackspots.


    "Lighting and CCTV facilities should be installed and improved if that is what needs to be done to improve safety and security of people in the area," he said.
     
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    The lighting and cctv were sufficient I would say. What these migrants need is lighter pigmentation.
     
  3. Jah_rastafar_I

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    The only sad thing about this news is that more shit skins were not killed.
     
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    hahaha the more the merrier!
     
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    Oh no ...now the Ah Nehs will not want to go to Australia and more of them will invade sinkapore. The Ah Nehs know that sinkees are easily bullied and that they are protected by the Indian ministers in our government.
     
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    scumbag!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    more scumbags!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Murdered Indian's husband makes impassioned plea in Australia

    Thursday, March 12, 2015 - 10:46AFP

    SYDNEY - The husband of an Indian IT professional stabbed to death in a Sydney park called on Thursday for the killer of a "beautiful soul" to be brought to justice.

    Prabha Kumar, 41, was knifed in a brutal attack while speaking by phone to husband G. Arun Kumar in India on Saturday night.

    "I cannot describe to you the pain I presently feel," the husband told reporters after rushing to Sydney.

    "My wife was a most caring and beautiful soul. I want whoever killed my gorgeous wife to be brought to justice." His wife's brother Shankar Shetty also attended a police press conference to make a public appeal for information about the murder, with no suspects so far identified.

    "I'm still coming to terms that I've lost my sister," Shetty said. "She will never see her daughter grow up." Kumar's husband flew to Australia on Monday from India, where both he and their nine-year-old daughter live.

    A task force has been set up to investigate the murder, which happened just 300 metres (yards) from her flat, but no motive has been established or arrests made, police said.

    "There was no evidence of any sexual assault," a police spokesman said, reiterating that there was also no evidence that it was racially motivated.

    Several hundred mourners held a candlelight vigil in western Sydney on Wednesday night for the dead woman, who had been due to return home to India in April.

    A spate of violent crimes against Indian students in Australia in 2010, including the stabbing to death of 21-year-old Nitin Garg as he walked to work at a fast-food restaurant in Melbourne, heightened tensions between Australia and India.

    But since then the number of tourists visiting from India has picked up, and India's charismatic leader Narendra Modi spoke of warmer relations between the nations as "natural" during a 2014 visit.



     
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    Must have stolen some Aussie's IT job. Wah double shift, so hardworking. :cool:
     
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    Cannot already. Melville Park is already full and Tan Chuan Jin is cutting down on FTs (at least during election time).

    Also priority is given to Pinoys, Burmese and Viets (ASEAN neighbours) and China (our ancestral motherland). Indians from India can go seek employment in Pakistan or Afghanistan instead. ;)
     
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    Something is not right......
    Why should a robber kill if she had already surrendered her wallet?

    Feels like a targeted killing.....
     
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    What make ah neh think they are special?

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    The following is Rhetoric and has no factual basis. - "Until the mid-60s, the Aborigines came under the Flora And Fauna Act, which classified them as animals, not human beings.". The image appears to be based on the Land Wars. agoras.typepad.fr... www.expedition360... Read the Whole discussion at the link.
     
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    Nothing is worst than the nail gun killings of a Chinese in Sydney. Another very obvious targeted killing.
     
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    All these smelly indians deserve to be slaughtered by the aussies
     
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    mr. kumar, the husband likely set her up to be murdered,ought to be probe for insurance inheritance money.


    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Anni_Dewani



    In his plea bargain agreement, Zola Tongo stated that Anni's husband, British national Shrien Dewani of Bristol, had offered R15,000 to have his wife killed.[8][9] Following an application by South African authorities, Senior District Judge Howard Riddle ruled in August 2011 that Shrien Dewani could be extradited to face charges in relation to the murder.
     
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    They really look like tamils.
     
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    The less shit skins the better. Not that having more from those nations is a good thing but i can easily bet it's better than shit skins. Please if you have news on burmese, viets, pinoys raping/molesting and beating the shit skins please post it.
     
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    This ah neh woman should have thank her lucky stars this happened in Australia, if this happened in India, she would have been gang raped by at least 10 savage ah nehs *and* murdered.
     
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    If you've ever had to deal with Abos, you'd soon realise that the classification was absolutely correct.

    The world is now drowning in a haze of political correctness where you can no longer call a spade a spade.
     
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    Right, we can't say Aussies are descendants of convicts.
     

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