Hindus have urged Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott to restore confidence among the Australians of India descent who were shocked at 41-year old mother Prabha Arun Kumar’s alleged brutal murder on March seven evening in a Sydney suburb.
Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, said that Abbott should immediately go to Sydney area to meet Kumar’s family-friends-colleagues in particular and Indo-Australian community in general, assuring them of new measures for the added security of the community and fast and transparent investigation into this alleged murder.
Zed, who is President of Universal Society of Hinduism, pointed out that Indo-Australians had made lot of contributions to the nation and society in Australia and they should feel secure while walking back home after work/school. This appalling incident had disturbed the hard-working, harmonious and peace-loving Indo-Australian community, Zed added.
Rajan Zed stressed that Australia should take the safety and security of Indo-Australians seriously and come up with strong measures for the future, including creating a national task force to develop strategies to prevent such incidents from happening.