Y.B Dato Seri Hishamuddin Hussein
Aras 12 Block D 1,
Complex Kerajaan Fasa D, By Fax No: 03-8889 1613
Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan, By E-Mail :email@example.com
RE: Café owner stabbed, handcuffed bundled into the car boot and kidnapped by five policemen before
the very eyes of wife and four children. Inaction by Kajang police.
We act fo Madam Sheila Kaur A/P Banoor Singh and her family of No.50, Jalan Pahlawan, Bandar Mahkota Cheras, 56000 Selangor.
We refer to the above matter and to our earlier letter dated 02/09/09.
Our clilent instructs us that on 29/8/09 her husband Mr.Ravi Shanker A/L Ramasamy (40) was kidnapped, handcuffed, bundled into the car boot of a Proton Waja kidnapped and driven away by five Malay men who said they were policemen. When our client’s husband struggled to free himself, he was stabbed trice on the back and also his chest. To silence our client and her children who were screaming for help a parang was held on her neck. All this was were done before our clients and her four children’s very eyes in broad daylight in an open public place and in peaceful Malaysia which only a few years ago had prided period itself as about the safest countries in the world
Within about fifteen minutes our client had lodged a police report at the Kajang police station vide police report No 025410/09 dated 29/9/09. An All Points Bulletin was never immediately ordered to save our client’s husband. Our client had on their own accord traced the rented car company and provided the details of the drivers cum hirers and their particulars to the detectives for the Investigating Officer one Inspector Rina (019-611 3724)
In May 2009, our client was arrested and detained by the police for three days for unknown reasons and then released.
The police had early this year also inquired from Prabakaran (police poured hot water and badly scalded the victim case) about the whereabouts of our client.
Another police officer who identified himself as one Inspector Nalla (016-930 9455) had been to our client’s café and had also telephoned our client and informed our client that our client’s husband’s body is at one place and then says that it is at another place.
When our client telephoned the Investigating Officer Inspector Rina (019-6113 724), she merely said that she was still waiting for the feedback on the rented car details (which had already been given by our client to her detectives) and other lame excuses.
The assailants in their haste had knocked into a red proton car when reversing and their car bumper had fallen off. It was only three days later ie on 31/8/09 that the police had come and taken away the said bumper and the broken number plate chips of the red Proton. Our client believes that this red proton car was never investigated. Our client believes that even the nursey owners police statement has yet to be taken. Despite the telephone numbers of three of the suspects having been given to the police our client’s husband has yet to be released from captivity nor any arrest made thus far. Not satisfied, our client had asked to see the Officer in charge of the Police District (OCPD) of Kajang but was told that he was not available.
Our client is also dissatisfied with the excuses given by the said OCPD to our client’s upon his inquiries on 1/9/09 afternoon who had denied that the police had arrested our client and / or the police involvement in this kidnapping despite being highlighted to him of the facts that:-
1) Our clients police report implicates the police involvement
2) Handcuffs was used to arrest our client
3) A Proton Waja (usually used by the police) was used in this “operation”
4) A fifth suspected policeman was wearing a black jacket normally worn by policeman and was on a motorcycle (which is a known police modus operandi)
5) Inspector Nalla’s aforesaid involvement
6) Slow and / or no investigation and / or the obvious police inaction
7) No All Points Bulletin ordered at all
8) All other factors which are within the polilce knowledge known to the police
Article 5 of the Federal Constitution provides for the Right to life and Article 8 of the same provides for the equal protection under the law.
Our client now fears for the life and safety of her husband and wishes to register her disappointment at the lackadiastical attitude of the Kajang police despite it being five days today that our client had been arrested by the police but gone missing.
Our client suspects police involvement in this matter and demands the immediate release of her husband and also that the Home Ministry appoints a Special Committee to investigate this our client’s claim
Finally our client would hold the Inspector General of police responsible should anything happen to our client. This is just the tip of the iceberg of the state of alaming rise in especially violent crimes in the country. More alarming of is the direct and indirect suspected involvement many members of the police force in crime itself. In the interim, may we propose that the tenure of the present Inspector General of police is not extended when is term comes up for review this month. This would provide the impetus for fresh blood and a new beginning under the stewardship of your goodself as the new and legally trained current generation Home Minister.
Kindly revert to us accordingly