KUALA LUMPUR – Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador has given his guarantee that the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) will reunite M. Indira Ghandi with her daughter, Prasana Diksa, who was taken by her ex-husband, Muhammad Riduan Abdullah shortly after he converted to Islam.
The Inspector-General of Police said, the case has been going on for more than seven years and the police are working to resolve it and to achieve a happy ending for the parents of the child.
“I have given my guarantee that I will not allow this case to linger on, therefore, we are working on resolving the case.
“However, I cannot solve the case which has been going on for seven years with a blink of an eye.
“But, have faith. I will personally monitor the case so that we can achieve happy ending for both parents,” he said during a news conference when asked to comment about Indira’s action of filing a RM100 million civil suit against Abdul Hamid Bador.
According to Abdul Hamid, he will study it and surrender it to the legal team of the Home Ministry.
Meanwhile, he also said that the separation between the daughter and her mother will give a negative impact.
“Trust me, I will not allow this case to go unnoticed. I will work at my own terms. The PDRM is working on solving the case.
“I don’t want to share this with the media as it is a sensitive issue and it could cause fear among the people,” he said. -MalaysiaGazette