Every day before school, Meghana Kumar picks a handful of flowers from outside her home in India and places them next to a photograph of her mother.
Recently she asked her father when ‘God will send her mum back’.
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Her mum was walking down a dimly lit path barely 300 metres from her home in western Sydney on Saturday, March 7, when someone attacked her, fatally stabbing her in the neck.
Three months on, her 11-year-old daughter has penned a tribute remembering her mother Prabha Kumar as the kind and loving person who encouraged her from afar.
‘Mum was very nice, she never compared me with any other person,’ she wrote in a message translated by her father, Arun.
‘Never said no for anything.
‘Whatever I asked she got me. She (had) not made me cry until now.
‘She encouraged me all the time…studies, activities and games.’
Ms Kumar, 41, was on the phone to her India-based husband, Arun, when she was ‘suddenly’ approached by someone in a Westmead…
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