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Indira’s Missing Daughter Case: Court Orders Police To File Affidavit

Kuala Lumpur: High Court has ordered Police To File affidavit in relation to the recovery order of M Indira Gandhi’s missing daughter, who had taken by her ex-husband Muhammad Riduan Abdullah, known as K. Pathmanathanb before he converted to Islam in 2009 when she was just 11 months old.

Judicial Commissioner Bhupindar Singh was ordered to complete the work within three weeks and submit it in court as well as send a copy to Indira’s lawyer.

Lawyer Rajesh Nagarajan, who is representing Indira’s case said Justice Lee Swee Seng asked police to submit a report every month regarding the development in the process to retrieve her daughter, Prasana Diksa.

The came since police have not presented any updates to the court or to Rajesh since May regarding this case.

Earlier, Indira was seeking legal action against IGP Abdul Hamid Bador, claiming RM100 Million over his continued failure to retrieve her youngest daughter.

K. Pathmanathan had also converted their three children to Islam without Indira’s consent. Despite the orders, Police has not helped in returning the missing child to Indira.