Indira's lawyers accuse IGP of contempt, to expedite suit after 'shocking confession'


M Indira Gandhi's lawyers have described Inspector-General of Police Abdul Hamid Bador's admission on knowing the whereabouts of their client's ex-husband Muhammad Ridhuan Abdullah as shocking.

In view of this, Rajesh Nagarajan said the plan to sue Hamid and the police for RM100 million might be expedited.

He also accused the police chief of being in contempt of court for failing to execute the Federal Court's order to arrest the father and return the child Prasana Diksa to her mother despite knowing where the father and daughter were...


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