Missing Indian millionaire's wife Malaysia bound to help probe

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Kuala Lumpur, Sept 20 (ANI): Missing Indian millionaire A. Muthuraja's wife has been called to assist the Malaysian police in the investigations into his disappearance.

Usharani said that on September 7, she went to Malaysia and lodged a missing person's report but rushed back to India the next day fearing a risk to her life.

She further said that a Malaysian politician and a non-governmental officer had been in contact with her in Chennai and had advised her to go there and help solving certain aspects in the case.

" The politician and NGO have assured my safety, I feel I should come to assist in the investigations. The politician has even offered to buy me the airline ticket. I should be arriving in Malaysia in two or three days' time," The Star quoted Usharani, as saying.

She added that her husband was close to two Banting-based lawyer brothers who have been arrested for the murder of cosmetics queen Sosilawati Lawiya, and had gone into several businesses together.

She said her husband came to Malaysia on January 18 after receiving a call from one of the brothers.

Rejecting Indian school teacher Ramalakshmi's claim that she was Muthuraja's wife, Usharani said: "This is a lie. I married my husband in 2006 and we have a 3-year-old daughter. We were married in a temple in Thirupathi in Tamilnadu, India."

Earlier, Ramalakshmi claimed that she was Ramalakshmi's lawfully-wedded wife and added that although she and her husband had been estranged for the past three years, there was a possibility of reconciliation. (ANI)

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