In Sydney an unknown  assailant  attacked  an Indian student pursuing PhD at the University of South Wales . He has stabbed 11 times as a racial attack.  In the first week of October this incident took place and the family is seeking help from Indian Government  on Social media. The victim is a 28 year old  student Shubham  Garg and his brother is Kavya Garg . Kavya Garg in order to look after Shubham sought an emergency visa for family members to fly to Sydney.  “My brother is going through multiple operations and doctor said that infection is spreading in body. Requesting @narendramodi for urgent help on this matter,” Kavya Garg tweeted on Thursday. Congress MP Manish Tewari has helped him out. Support is being extended to them. A famous Australian Doctor of Indian origin Yadu Singh has  reached out to Australia’s High Commissioner to India to help them. The accused is a 27 year old man and he asked for money before stabbing him and then he fled the spot.


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