Malay Indian teacher launches poster campaign for lost child

April 29th, 2009 - 1:50 pm ICT by ANI  

Ipoh, Apr 29 (ANI): A Malay Indian kindergarden teacher in Ipoh has launched a poster campaign for her missing daughter.

Thirty-four year old M. Indira Gandhi is on the lookout for her estranged husband K. Patmanathan, 40, and year-old daughter Prasana Diksa.

The Star online quoted Gandhi as saying, “The callers give words of encouragement and tell us not to give up hope in our search for them.”

“I thank the callers for their encouragement, but we really need information on my baby’s whereabouts,” she added.

Her lawyer M. Kulasegaran informed that the poster campaign had attracted a decent response.

“The family is, however, happy that something is being done to help locate the infant,” he said.

Kulasegaran believes that both Patmanathan and Prasana are in Ipoh and that are being “protected” by someone to damage the Ipoh High Court’s order.

On April 24, the Ipoh Court had given Indira interim custody of her three children and had banned Patmanathan from entering their home. (ANI)

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