No reason why a competent, efficient and professional police force could not re-unite Indira Gandhi with her nine-year-old daughter Prasana Diksa three days after the Federal Court judgement
Long-suffering mother Indira Gandhi has made a most heart-rending plea that she only wants to see and hold her daughter, Prasana Diksa, who was taken from her nine years ago when she was only nine months old when her ex-husband Muhammad Riduan Abdullah unilaterally converted Prasana to Islam.
Indira has said that she wants to put aside the issue of religion as her concern as a mother was to ensure her wellbeing.
There is no reason why a competent, efficient and professional police force could not re-unite Indira with her nine-year-old daughter three days after the Federal Court judgment, and the Inspector-General of Police, Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun would have a lot of explaining to do when Parliament reconvenes in March in five weeks’ time if the Police is unable to respect and enforce the judgment of the highest court of the land.
The question asked by Indira yesterday is being asked by all Malaysians”: "My ex-husband is not a terrorist, why is it so hard to find him?"
Let all Malaysians and organisations commit themselves to uphold the rule of law as the basic tenet of the Malaysian Constitution and a fundamental principle of Malaysian nation-building to ensure that Malaysia as a multi-racial, multi-religious, multi-lingual and multi-cultural nation can become a showcase to the world of peace, unity, harmony and success in a plural society.