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Sosilawati murder: Plot thickens in Allal Kathan Muthuraja Murder 2

Contributed by Anonymous on Monday, September 27 @ 10:34:10 CDT

CommunityThe Traveler, Monday, September 27, 2010
Dr. Kasi’s police report on 29th. March 2010 clearly states that his brother Allal Kathan Muthuraja cannot be contacted by the family and believed he has been kidnapped.
Paid RM 50,000 in cash to Elil Velavan at Istana Hotel , Klang for his brothers release purportedly held by the police.
Strangely, the case was passed to Commercial Crime division.  

Dr. Kasi



Missing Indian businessman's brothers call at Indian mission
KUALA LUMPUR: Two brothers of an Indian businessman reported missing in Malaysia visited the Indian High Commission here Monday, apparently to give statements on the matter. Vijaya Subramaniam and Dr Kasi Viswanathan, the elder brothers of A. Muthuraja who went missing after coming to Malaysia on Jan 18, arrived at the high commission in Jalan Taman Duta about 3.30pm and left around 5pm. Dr Kasi, when approached by reporters, said they would be in Kuala Lumpur until the case of his missing brother was solved. He said their parents would be brought here as well if the police required them to be present. "We are waiting for the Malaysian police to give official invitations to our parents. I will be here until the problem is solved," he told reporters outside the high commission. Meanwhile, Selangor police chief Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar, when contacted, said the police were not informed about the arrival of Muthuraja's brothers. "The police do not know of their presence. They may have been invited by the high commission," he said. Muthuraja, 34, was reported missing after he had arrived on Jan 18 at the KL International Airport in Sepang and was believed to have been met by two men now assisting the police in the investigation into the Banting murders. His wife, S. Usharani, 24, lodged a police report about her missing husband on Sept 8 at the Banting police station, and gave a statement at the Kuala Langat district police headquarters on Friday. The Banting murders refers to the deaths of cosmetics millionaire Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya, 47, her driver Kamaruddin Shamsudin, 44, lawyer Ahmad Kamil Abdul Karim, 32, CIMB Bank officer Noorhisham Mohammad, 38, who went missing on Aug 30 after going to Banting, Selangor, over a land deal. Police found out that the four were killed, their bodies burnt and the ashes thrown into rivers in the vicinity of Ladang Gadong near Banting, and arrested eight suspects to help with the probe into the murders. - Bernama*******
The Star

Tuesday September 28, 2010 No action after report lodged By WANI MUTHIAH
KLANG: The brothers of Indian businessman A. Muthuraja’s are aghast that police never followed up on a missing person report lodged at the Klang district police headquarters in March. Muthuraja’s youngest brother Dr Kasi Viswanathan, who went to the police headquarters yesterday, said an officer told him that the report had instead been forwarded to the commercial crimes department. “Why the Commercial Crimes department when my report clearly stated that Muthuraja is missing and we believe one person by the name of Elil, who demanded money from us, is holding him?” said Dr Kasi Viswanathan, who flew in from Chennai last Friday.
Rainy day: Muthuraja’s brothers Dr Kasi Viswanathan (right) and Vijay Subramaniam walking out of the Indian High Commission in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.
Dr Kasi Viswanathan said it was disappointing and heart wrenching to learn that the police did not take his report seriously. “Had they acted then, perhaps the consecutive murders could have been prevented,” said Muthuraja’s other brother Vijay Subramaniam, who arrived from India yesterday morning. Millionaire businessman Muthuraja went missing after coming here from Chennai on Jan 18 to meet the lawyer brothers implicated in the Banting murders. The brothers also went to meet Indian High Commission officials later in the day. According to Vijay Subramaniam, the family also wanted the Malaysian authorities to order the high commission to summon their parents E. Allal Kathan and A. Ramalakshmi here. “We heard the police wanted my parents to come down for DNA analysis. We want them to be summoned officially,” said Vijay Subramaniam. He added that he hoped the Malaysian government would intervene to ensure proper investigations were being carried out on Muthuraja’s disappearance. In a related development, Muthuraja’s first wife, S. Ramalakshmi, has obtained a habeas corpus order from the Madurai High Court in Tamil Nadu to get concrete information on her husband’s disappearance. Ramalakshmi filed and obtained the writ yesterday morning. In granting the application, the court ordered the Indian External Affairs Ministry, the Tamil Nadu state government, the Indian High Commission in Malaysia, the Thoothukudi district officer and the district police chief to obtain concrete information on Muthuraja. All parties have been given 15 days to seek clarification regarding Muthuraja’s disappearance.*****The StarTuesday September 28, 2010 ‘YB’ in Muthuraja case not an elected rep, but a party member
KLANG: The so-called YB who had worked hand-in-glove with an Indian businessman to purportedly reunite missing Chennai-based millionaire A. Muthuraja with his family is not an elected representative. He is merely a member of a party in Selangor Pakatan Rakyat. Muthuraja’s brother Dr Kasi Viswanathan said the Indian businessman, who had put him in touch with the man, had addressed him as YB on the phone. “I asked him what YB meant and he said it was a term of reference for politicians,” Dr Kasi Viswanathan said. However, he said he was surprised to see the YB arriving in a beat-up old car and driving him and the Indian businessman around. Muthuraja’s second wife, S. Usharani, said the same person who had put Dr Kasi Viswanathan in touch with the Indian businessman and the Malaysian politician, had also introduced them to her recently. “He is my husband’s family friend and when I told him that I wanted to come to Malaysia and lodge a missing person’s report at the Banting police station, he arranged for me to meet them,” she said. Usharani said she met the Indian businessman in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, and flew with him to Malaysia on her first trip here on Sept 7. “I then met the Malaysian man at the KL International Airport upon arrival,” said Usharani.******

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