Indian slain techie Prabha Arun Kumar: Memorial unveiled in Australia

Sydney, Nov 23: A memorial has been unveiled in Australia to honour slain Indian techie Prabha Arun Kumar, who was stabbed to death here this year, media reported.

41-year-old Prabha, a techie working with MindTree, was stabbed to death in Sydney on March 7 this year. Prabha was native of Mangalore.

Memorial unveiled for Indian woman in Oz

According to media reports, the pathway where she took her final steps before being stabbed to death has been re-named as Prabha's Walk.

Several family members including Prabha's daughter, husband and parents from India and friends gathered in the park yesterday on the day after what would have been her 42nd birthday. "What I'm going through no-one should go through.

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I want justice," her husband Arun Kumar said during the service, adding that his wife was a "very caring, loving wife". "It was very hard. I don't want this to happen. I'm helpless now, I can't do anything," Arun said.

The New South Wales police launched a probe following the stabbing Prabha who was on the phone with her husband in India, when the "horrific" attack took place.

The memorial service was led by a prayer and flowers were laid on the bench unveiled in Prabha's memory.

OneIndia News (With inputs from agency)

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