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Friday, January 31, 2020

IGP SHOULD BE ARRESTED – MAHATHIR’S TOP COP ADMITS KNOWING WHERE INDIRA GANDHI’S HUSBAND IS BUT DEFIES COURT ORDER TO ARREST HIM & RETURN DAUGHTER TO MOTHER – WHERE IS RULE OF LAW WHEN THE PM & HIS IGP START TO BEHAVE LIKE JUDGE, JURY & EXECUTIONER!

Inspector-General of Police Abdul Hamid Bador has revealed that he knows the whereabouts of M Indira Gandhi’s ex-husband, Muhammad Riduan Abdullah.
However, he continued to insist on finding an amicable resolution to the case, which has dragged on for more than a decade.
Hamid also urged Muhammad Ridhuan to come out of hiding.
“The public do not know where he (Riduan) is, but I know. I urge him to come forward so that this matter can be solved amicably,” Hamid was quoted as saying by The Malaysian Insight.
“To the father, do not hide anymore. Both Indira and the father have rights to their daughter.
“I take this case seriously and I want a happy ending, especially for the little girl. I do understand the frustration the mother has gone through. I know she misses her daughter,” he added.
Yesterday, the legal firm representing Indira censured Hamid for his remarks at a press conference on Tuesday that he is working on a “happy ending” for both Indira and Muhammad Ridhuan.
The firm argued that there is no need for this in view of the Federal Court’s order.
The apex court had ordered the IGP and police to arrest Muhammad Ridhuan and return the couple’s daughter Prasana Diksa to Indira.
Muhammad Ridhuan, who was formerly known as K Pathmanathan, took Prasana away in 2009, when she was 11-months-old, shortly after he converted to Islam.
Meanwhile, Hamid, who was speaking to reporters at KLIA this morning, believes that the case would be resolved soon.
“Be patient for just a little bit more,” he appealed. “There has been progress (in the case).”
As for Indira’s civil suit against him, the police chief said the mother of three had the right to do so and declined to comment further.
“If she wants to sue me or the government, that is her choice. I have nothing to say,” he added.
On Monday, Indira filed an RM100 million suit against Hamid over his alleged failure to track down her daughter.
In a related development, Penang Deputy Chief Minister II P Ramasamy said the outcome of Indira’s suit is a “reductionist perspective”.
“The matter is more about driving home the point of extreme injustice that befell on her and the failure of government agencies, particularly the police, in locating her daughter.
“Three years ago the Federal Court ordered the IGP to locate her daughter to be handed over to the mother. However, to date, nothing has happened,” Ramasamy added in a statement.
The DAP assemblyperson was also willing to extend the benefit of the doubt to Hamid with regard to him seeking a “happy ending” resolution.
“I am not sure what he meant by this ‘happy ending’ but by giving him the benefit of doubt, it is hoped that the information is about Indira’s daughter and the possibility of the child’s return to the mother as soon as possible,” he added. -MKINI

We know where Indira Gandhi’s ex-husband is, says IGP

POLICE for the first time admitted they have information on the whereabouts of Muhammad Riduan Abdullah, the ex-husband of Indira Gandhi, and have urged him to come forward.
Inspector-General of Police Abdul Hamid Bador who recently came under fire for saying that the case will have a ”happy ending”, said both the father and mother have the right to access to their daughter, Prasana Diksa.
“The public do not know where he (Riduan) is but I know. I urge him to come forward so that this matter can be solved amicably,” he said today.
“To the father, do not hide anymore. Both Indira and the father have rights to their daughter.
The top cop added there has been tremendous progress in the investigation which he believed would soon see a conclusion.
“Be patient for just a little bit more. There have been progress (in the case),” he said.
On the civil suit Indira has filed against him, Hamid said the decision to take legal action was up to her.
“If she wants to sue me or the government, that is her choice. I have got nothing to say,” he replied.
Yesterday, Indira Gandhi Action Team chairman Arun Dorasamy in a statement slammed Hamid for playing “broker” by promising a win-win situation for both the mother and the fugitive father.
Last week, Indira said she was suing the IGP for RM100 million for failing to locate her daughter, snatched by her former husband more than 11 years ago.
Indira also wants to compel Hamid to act on the 2014 Ipoh High Court order to enforce the arrest warrant for Riduan and recovery order to retrieve Prasana.
According to Indira’s lawyer, Rajesh Nagarajan, despite a Federal Court order compelling the IGP and police to arrest his client’s ex-husband and return her daughter, the police have neglected to do both.
“Hamid said that a ‘win-win solution’ is needed to protect the child’s ‘welfare’. He continued, saying that the police have been working to solve the case for a ‘happy ending’.
“There is absolutely no necessity for a ‘win-win scenario’ when there is an order from the Federal Court to the IGP and Polis Diraja Malaysia to arrest Pathmanathan a/l Krishnan (as Indira’s ex-husband was known until his conversion to Islam) and return Prasana to Indira,” he said in a statement a week ago.
Prasana was only 11 months old when Indira’s ex-husband kidnapped her.
Indira has fought for 11 years to have her daughter returned to her.  THE MALAYSIAN INSIGHT
MKINI / THE MALAYSIAN INSIGHT

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