Indian student stabbed multiple times in Australia allegedly for cash

Indian student stabbed multiple times in Australia allegedly for cash

a 28 year old Indian The student has been stabbed multiple times in the face, chest and abdomen Australia Allegedly by a man demanding cash, US officials expected the Indian authorities to take the matter seriously and take action against the perpetrators.

The NSW police force said in a statement on Monday that the incident occurred at around 10.30 pm on 6 October, when Shubham Garg was walking on the Pacific Highway.

The Daily Telegraph newspaper reported that police have arrested Daniel Norwood and the 27-year-old suspect has been charged with attempted murder after he stabbed Garg in the face, chest and abdomen.

The man (Garg) was stabbed several times in the face, chest and abdomen; He sought help from a nearby home before being taken to the Royal North Shore Hospital. The NSW Police Force statement said the man underwent surgery and is in critical but stable condition.

On Thursday, an unidentified person approached Garg near Pacific Highway Lane Cove. In the Cove newspaper reported that the unidentified man allegedly threatened them while demanding cash.

The report said the man refused and was allegedly stabbed multiple times in the stomach before the attacker fled.

Emergency services were called. It said the North Shore Police Area Command participated and traced the injured person and established a crime scene.

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It added that officers attached to the North Shore Police Area Command are investigating the stabbing and have formed a Strike Force Procy.

A search warrant was executed at a home on Pacific Highway in Greenwich at around 3.40 p.m. on Sunday, after extensive interrogation by Strike Force Procy spies.

Norwood, of Gosford, was arrested from the scene and taken to Chatswood police station, where he was charged with attempt to murder after he was allegedly stabbed, the statement said.

It said that several items from the house have been confiscated and they have been taken for forensic examination.

He was denied bail and appeared in Hornsby Local Court on Monday and will remain in custody as he appears in the next court.

The Police Media Unit gave the following advice to In the Cove, we can confirm that these people are believed to have not known each other prior to the incident.

Meanwhile, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) in New Delhi on Friday said that the High Commission in Canberra is in touch with the local authorities regarding the incident and expects action against the perpetrators.

The Indian High Commission in Canberra and the Consulate General in Sydney are in close contact with local authorities and one suspect is in custody.

“It is a sad incident. He (Garg) is in the hospital and is being treated,” Bagchi said.

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