Hindraf chairman wants to return to Malaysia

March 7th, 2009 - 2:48 pm ICT by ANI  

Kuala Lumpur, Mar 7 (ANI): Hindu Rights Action Force” (HINDRAF) chairman P. Waythamoorthy, whose passport has been revoked by the Malaysian Government, has expressed his wish to return back to the country to recuperate after undergoing heart surgery in London.
Waythamoorthy’’s twin sister, Waythanayagi, said her brother wanted to be with his family, especially his seven-year-old daughter Vaishnavi.
She said Waythamoorthy’’s wife K. Nageswary went to London, earlier this week, to be with her husband.
The Star quoted her as saying that Waythamoorthy is not well and wants his family with him.
She revealed that Waythamoorthy would also need a passport to return to London for his follow-up treatment as the Malaysian authorities had revoked his passport earlier.
Waythamoorthy’’s 65-year old mother K. Kalaivaniy is also said to be upset over her son’’s condition.
Waythanayagi said that her other brother, who is elder to Waythamoorthy, was also facing health problems.
Waythamoorthy has been diagnosed with two complicating heart ailments, one of which requires surgery. (ANI)

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