KUALA LUMPUR: M. Indira Gandhi's ex-husband is believed to still be in the country, says Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun (pic).
He said police had determined this following checks with the Immigration Department.
Indira's ex-husband K. Pathmanathan @ Muhammad Riduan Abdullah had taken daughter Prasana Diksa away when she was just 11 months old.
“We have always searched for him and the daughter.
“Our biggest obstacle is lack of leads, so I urge anyone with information to contact the police as soon as possible,” he told a press conference in Bukit Aman on Tuesday.
The Federal Court ruled in Indira's favour on Monday (Jan 29), nullifying the unilateral conversion of her three children – Tevi Darshiny, 20; Karan Dinesh, 18; and Prasana Diksa, now eight years old – nullifying the unilateral conversion of her three children to Islam by her ex-husband.
The Federal Court on April 29, 2016 had ordered the Inspector-General of Police to execute a warrant of arrest for Riduan, who had disobeyed the Ipoh High Court's order to return Prasana to her mother after granting Indira full custody of her children.