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Agra student stabbed in Sydney; India demands action

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Agra student stabbed in Sydney: A guy stabbed Shubham Garg, a 28-year-old Ph.D. student from Agra, many times on Sydney’s Pacific Highway at 10:30 pm on October 6, according to the New South Wales Police Force.

According to local media, 27-year-old Daniel Norwood arrested for stabbing Garg after demanding money.

On Friday, the MEA said that the Indian High Commission in Australia is in touch with local authorities about Garg’s stabbing and expects the offenders to be punished.

Arindam Bagchi, the MEA spokeswoman, said a suspect was arrested for the incident. He said the Indian High Commission in Canberra and the Indian Consulate in Sydney talked to the local government.

Sad event. We know. Bagchi said Garg is receiving medical care. Garg said an Indian Embassy representative gave consular assistance at the hospital. “We know one individual was arrested… Bagchi stated, “We demand serious treatment.”

He claimed the Indian Mission is helping Garg’s family in Agra get to Australia faster. “I do not want to speculate,” he responded when asked whether it was racially motivated.

Garg was stabbed numerous times. He was transferred to Royal North Shore Hospital after getting help from a neighbor. The NSW Police Force says that he had surgery, and his condition is critical but stable.

On Sunday, officers searched a Greenwich Pacific Highway residence.

The statement said that Norwood was arrested at the scene and charged with attempted murder at the Chatswood Police Station. It claimed many items from the property were confiscate for forensic analysis.

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