KUALA LUMPUR: Top cop Mohamad Fuzi Harun says the police are still waiting for more information on the whereabouts of M Indira Gandhi’s ex-husband and her youngest daughter, Prasana Diksa.
He said this following the decision to set up a special task force to locate the girl.
“We have met with NGO Indira Gandhi Action Team and the respective lawyers who are handling the case, to exchange information to identify the next course of action in locating Indira’s ex-husband and daughter.
“We have also given them the contact number of the person in charge of the special task force. Although we have failed to locate the two at several possible locations that were given to us, we are not keeping quiet. We are just waiting for more information, and then we will act,” he said at the Malaysian Police Training Centre today.
Fuzi also assured that the police would follow up on the information obtained from the NGO and lawyers.
“Some information is similar, and some we don’t have. While I am unable to reveal what these leads are, the police will act on all leads obtained,” he said.
When asked if Indira’s ex-husband and daughter are still in the country, Fuzi said the police had received information that they were sighted at certain places, at certain times.
“If they are still in the country, we would have already located their whereabouts,” he said.
“We have also repeatedly requested that the public come forward if they have any information to help us locate Indira’s daughter.”
Fuzi previously said the police had no leads to work on, and that he was unsure whether the duo had left the country. Based on checks with the Immigration Department, he said, they had not.
“But we have to remember that to leave the country, there are legal and illegals means of doing so,” he added.