Indira Gandhi's ex-husband fails to show up in Federal Court

  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 15 Nov 2016

PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court here has heard the submission of an appeal by kindergarten teacher M. Indira Gandhi, after her former husband, a Muslim convert, did not turn up in court to explain why he had failed to return their youngest child to her.

Indira's counsel K. Shanmuga told the five-man panel of judges that Muhammad Riduan Abdullah, 46, was not present nor was their eight-year-old daughter Prasana Diksa.

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