Hindraf chairman wants to return

  • Nation
  • Saturday, 07 Mar 2009

KLANG: The chairman of the outlawed Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) P. Waytha­moorthy wants to come home to recuperate after he undergoes heart surgery in London.

Waythamoorthy’s twin sister, Waythanayagi, said her brother wanted to be with his family, especially his seven-year-old daughter Vwaishhnnavi.

“He’s not well and wants his family with him,” she said.

She said Waythamoorthy also needed a passport to return to London for his follow-up treatment as his passport had been revoked earlier.

Waythanayagi said their mother K. Kalaivaniy, 65, was saddened by Waytha­moorthy’s condition, having already been upset by elder son Uthayakumar’s health problems and detention at the Kamunting detention centre.

She said Waythamoorthy’s wife K. Nageswary went to London earlier this week to be with her husband.

According to Waythanayagi, her brother had been diagnosed with two complicating heart ailments, one of which needed surgery.

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