Mohammad Taha of Pakistan saves lives of people in Sydney mall, will get reward – India TV Hindi

Stabbing in Sydney Mall - India TV Hindi

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Knife attack at Sydney mall

Sydney: A shopping mall in Sydney, Australia, reopened to the public on Thursday after six people were killed in a knife attack. Along with this, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albany has said that Pakistani immigrants who were injured while fighting the attacker will consider giving citizenship to the security personnel.

The attacker was killed

The attack at Sydney’s Westfield Bondi Junction last week followed two more stabbings in the city in the past three days, shocking people. The attacker who stabbed 18 people in Saturday’s attack was killed by police.

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Prime Minister Albany praised those who intervened in Saturday’s attack, including security guard Mohammed Taha. In the attack, Taha was stabbed in the stomach. Taha hails from Pakistan and is working in Australia on a temporary visa. His visa is due to expire in a few weeks. Albani said his government would consider granting citizenship to Taha.

The mall will have tight security arrangements.

Westfield Bondi Junction Mall reopened on Thursday but shops will be closed for a “community reflection day”. Trading at one of Australia’s largest shopping malls will resume on Friday. Meanwhile, more stringent security arrangements will be made in the mall. (AP)

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