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In a touching ceremony held on Sunday 22 November and attended by many community members, the media, officials from NSW Police and Indian Consulate, Members of Parliament, Parramatta Park Trust together with Holroyd Parramatta Community Resource Centre unveiled a memorial on to Prabha Arun Kumar who was tragically murdered in Parramatta Park early this year. The memorial plaque has been donated by both the organisations and the footpath along Jubilee Avenue will be renamed as “Prabha Arun Kumar Walk”.
Prabha Arunkumar’s family members from India were present and it was an emotional moment when Prabha’s brother Shankar Shetty said “no father should bury his daughter, no child should lose mother like this” and “our family wants to know why this has happened to our Prabha and who has done it?”
Parramatta Park Trust with the assistance from Parramatta Council has installed cameras and improved lighting to provide better safety to the community and to prevent similar tragic incidents.
NSW Police stated that investigations on Prabha’s murder are continuing.