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Sosilawati murder: Wife Of Missing Indian Businessman Continues Giving Statement To Police

Contributed by Anonymous on Tuesday, September 28 @ 10:44:11 CDT

BANTING, Sept 28 (Bernama) -- S. Usharani, the wife of Indian businessman A. Muthuraja who went missing in Malaysia in January, was at the Kuala Langat district police headquarters Tuesday for nine hours to continue giving her statement on her missing husband.

Usharani, 24, arrived at the police station at 9am accompanied by an unidentified man.

She told reporters later that her objective in coming to Malaysia was to help the police investigation into her missing husband and nothing else.

"I do not harbour any interest in the property owned by my husband, and only hope that the police can find him," she said.

She said she would continue giving her statement over the next two days.

"I have also been asked to come back to Malaysia to be a key witness if the case comes to court," she said, adding that she would be returning to Chennai, India, soon.

She dismissed rumours that a third party had sponsored her flight ticket to come to Malaysia and wanted the media to stop speculating on the matter.

Usharani had lodged a police report on her missing husband on Sept 8 and had given a statement at the same police station on Sept 23.

Police are trying to establish whether the suspects held in connection with the Banting murders are also linked to the disappearance of Muthuraja.

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, and CIMB Bank officer Noorhisham Mohammad, 38, who went missing after going to Banting, Selangor, over a land deal.

Police found out that the four had been killed, their bodies burnt and the ashes thrown into rivers in the vicinity of Ladang Gadong near Banting, and arrested eight suspects to help in the investigation into the murders.

Also on Tuesday, four women and a man, believed to be employees of the law firm of one of the suspects, were seen entering the firm at 11.15am along with four police officers.

They left the premises at 12.50pm, carrying with them several stacks of files in three vehicles.

Meanwhile, a check by Bernama at Ladang Gadong revealed the absence of police guarding the main entrance to the farm where calmness prevailed.

It was understood that the police forensics team was not at the farm to gather fresh evidence.


The Malay Mail

More evidence found within Banting 'killing field'

But police remain tight-lipped over new discoveries
Tuesday, September 28th, 2010 
KUALA LUMPUR: Police today confirmed they have found more new evidence within the ‘killing field’ of beauty products millionaire, Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya and her three associates at the Ladang Gadong poultry farm in Tanjung Sepat, near Banting. Federal CID chief Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Zinin, said besides the two graves and bone fragments discovered within the compound previously, there have been many new evidence and leads which could be linked to the quadruple murders; the missing Sungai Petani contractor and businessman, 37-year-old Shafik Abdullah and his unidentified friend, as well as missing Indian millionaire A. Muthuraja. “All of the cases are being investigated Under Section 302 of the Penal Code for murder and also missing persons. "We will be visiting some other places that we believe are connected to the said cases. This will be based on the evidence and leads that we've gathered from the investigation,” said Mohd Bakri after attending the Hari Raya open house at Kuala Lumpur police contingent headquarters today. He, however, declined to elaborate on the new discoveries. He only said police are on the right track, and that investigation is showing positive progress based on statements from witnesses as well as evidence collected from many of the suspected crime spots around the area. “The investigation paper was given back to us after the Attorney-General wanted us to further update and 'tighten' the investigation,” he said. Mohd Bakri said the outcome of the investigation paper will be discussed with the A-G in the next two to three days before submitting to the prosecution. On the DNA results, Mohd Bakri said they are still waiting for the report on the analysis. Although the process may be complicated, police would not pressure the pathologist and the chemistry lab. “We will not pressure them to hurry their analysis of the bone fragments as this has to be conducted properly and carefully. There is no rush and we have to give them time,” he said.*******The StarMillionaire’s siblings looking for answers By WANI MUTHIAH and A RUBAN
KLANG: The siblings of Indian millionaire businessman A. Muthuraja, 37, are leaving no stone unturned in their efforts to locate their missing brother. Yesterday, Muthuraja’s brothers Vijay Subramaniam, 34, and Dr Kasi Viswanathan, 32, visited the hotel where Muthuraja stayed when he arrived here on Jan 18.
Files removed: A worker from the suspects’ law firm loading files into a car boot while a policeman (hidden) looks on.
Dr Kasi said records show Muthuraja had checked into the hotel in Jalan Bukit Bintang at 11.25am on Jan 18. Vijay and Dr Kasi say they will remain in the country until they find out what happened to their brother. They said they started to look for him several days after his disappearance but were taken for a ride by several people. “First it was a business associate of Muthuraja’s called Elil who put us in touch with two so-called Malaysian police officers,” said Vijay. He said he must have spoken to them about 100 times in January and February from Sudan where he runs a used garment business. “They asked for money every time they called and said my brother was under detention for smuggling ketamine,” Vijay added. Muthuraja’s family is said to have paid Elil about RM60,000 out of the RM80,000 demanded for Muthu­raja’s purported release. A family friend connected them with an Indian businessman who said he could help them. The family allegedly paid the businessman about RM40,000 through the family friend. Meanwhile, Muthuraja’s second wife S. Usharani reiterated she has no vested interest in wanting to find her husband. She said that her millionaire husband’s life was more important than his property. Usharani said this to reporters yesterday after going to the Kuala Langat police headquarters to provide more information on the disappearance of Muthuraja. Usharani was seen entering the police headquarters at 9am and left nine hours later with an unidentified man. Meanwhile, workers from the suspects’ law firm were seen carrying several bundles of files to their cars. Police were present and did not stop them.****



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