Australia: Indian Student Stabbed 11 Times Hospitalised, Condition Critical!

The attacks on the Indian students abroad, has been an all-time matter of concern for the people as well as the governments. As per the information, in a shocking incident, an Indian student pursuing Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, went through a brutal attack, after which he has been sent to the hospital and his condition is critical. Reportedly, the student had been stabbed cruelly for 11 times.

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Furthermore, the student’s name is Shubham Garg, 27, and the guresome incident took place on October 6. As claimed by the media reports, he was being stabbed multiple times using a sharp weapon while he was returning to his apartment walking along the pacific highway at around 10:30 PM. However, he has been sent to the Royal North Shore Hospital in time and his treatment is ongoing. The doctors have been taking his care, but his conditions remains critical. Reportedly, he went through multiple surgeries and the doctors are trying their best!

Kavya Garg, Shubham’s sister, in a tweet, urged Prime minister Narendra Modi, Foreign minister Dr. S. Jaishankar and Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath to help them.

However, as per the Australian media reports and authorities, the accused, identified as Daniel Norwood, 27, has been nabbed by the police. As per the information, he demanded money and cellphone from Shubham, and when he refused, Norwood stabbed him using a sharp weapon for 11 times. The local media reports that after the attack, someone from a house nearby, helped Shubham, taking him to the hospital. Though his treatment is ongoing, this entire incident has scared the student planning to go abroad for higher education.

Reportedly, the court denied any bail to Daniel Norwood, the accused, who will have to remain in police custody till December 14th. On the other hand, the family members of Shubham, living in Agra, Uttar Pradesh are also trying to get a VISA for Australia for the past seven days, however, they didn’t succeed yet. Shubham has always been a very bright student. After completing his bachelors and Masters degree from IIT Madras, he moved to Australia on the 1st of September, to pursue his Ph.D.

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