No leads on whereabouts of Indira Gandhi’s ex-husband, daughter


Noel Achariam

Inspector-General of Police Mohamad Fuzi Harun says CID has been directed to search for M. Indira Gandhi’s former husband and 10-year-old daughter. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, January 30, 2018.

M. INDIRA Gandhi’s former husband is still believed to be in the country, but the authorities have no idea where he is, said Inspector-General of Police Mohamad Fuzi Harun.

Fuzi said police will execute the order issued by the Federal Court yesterday to locate the ex-husband and their daughter to return Prasana Diksa, 10, to her.


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  • We usually say "Until Cow Comes Back Home".
    We know Prasana Diksa will Never Back Home.
    We also know why.
    Tracking her since 2014. Ya ke?
    She will be found when she turns 18years.

    Posted 2 years ago by Jay Jay

  • BULLOCKS!! :IF they cannot find him. ITS KIDNAPPING - The police should have requested a Warrant of Arrest ISSUED.

    Posted 2 years ago by Bigjoe Lam

  • Sure you can't find him, we know. You couldn't find MO1 the whole world could. Btw check under your table or the Muftis house.

    Posted 2 years ago by Alphonz Jayaraman

  • Until the day comes when it is medically possible for a parent to produce an offspring all by him or her self (no partner, no donor etc), then the word "parents" or "parent" should always be viewed in the plural. Never mind what the law says. Of course you need the consent of both parents in order for any decision made on their child to be deemed ethical.

    Posted 2 years ago by Yog Sothoth

  • I have already expected that answer from PDRM. I blame the entire episode on the lackadaisical attitude of the ex-IGP who did not even bother to place the ex-husband in the radar. The day the ex husband abducted the daughter and never turn up in court hearing was a crime committed but the PDRM did not bother and easy excuse now was no official report lodge for kidnapping. Like I have mentioned in my earlier posting get the ex IGP and haul him to court for his incompetence and totally lack of morality in responsibilities. The whole drama is in replay with the new IGP to seriously place interest in the case. If there is intenese efforts by PDRM , Muhammad Riduan Abdullah will be flushed out from "lubang cacing". Here like it or not, it is obvious that the matter lie in what ever degree of job interest and responsibility that PDRM intend to view the case

    Posted 2 years ago by Lee Lee

  • The PDRM should be focussed on carrying out its duties. I am surprised that they are finding it difficult to track one man in Malaysia. I am sure the men in blue will be professional and reunite the daughter and mother as ordered by the courts. Let's hope the present IGP is more astute.

    Posted 2 years ago by Praba Koran

  • Surely the police can track the child through school records. She would be registered in a school & the Education ministry keeps records of school students. The child should be in Args 4 in a govt school.

    Posted 2 years ago by Nirmala Ramoo