Police Doubling Efforts In Indira Case Long Overdue Says Kit Siang
Iskandar Puteri MP Lim Kit Siang today said the police's intensified efforts to find M Indira Gandhi's (photo, above) daughter Prasana Diksa is long overdue
Reacting on the media report yesterday which quoted Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Abdul Hamid Bador as saying that police were doubling efforts to solve the missing child case, Lim said the case is a major blot on police professionalism. "The assurance of IGP (Hamid) that the police are ‘doubling efforts' to find Indira Gandhi’s daughter Prasana Diksa is long overdue as this case is a major blot on police professionalism," Lim said in a brief statement. Yesterday, Hamid said he was taking a personal interest in the case and hopes for "a happy ending" for Indira to be reunited with her daughter.
"I can assure Malaysians that I am taking a personal interest in this. I want a happy ending to this episode. "It's very sad and touches the hearts of Malaysians. We are talking about a mother (separated) from her daughter. "I have asked my men to double their effort. The team is working on something, but I cannot reveal what," he had said. Indira's ex-husband Muhammad Riduan Abdullah took Prasana when she was just 11 months old and unilaterally converted all his three children to Islam in 2009.
A lengthy legal battle between Riduan and Indira ensued, involving both the syariah and civil courts.
Indira’s two eldest children now live with her, but the whereabouts of Prasana and her father remain unknown. - Mkini
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