KUALA LUMPUR, June 30 — MIC Youth chief, T. Mohan has offered a RM10,000 reward to anyone providing information that leads to the successful tracking of Nisha Chandramohan, who has been missing since June 4.
Mohan said the reward was to give incentive to those helping in giving correct information that would reunite Nisha with her family.
“The special task force of the MIC Youth movement has not given up hope and is operating 24 hours in assisting to trace the child,” he told reporters after distributing pamphlets containing information on Nisha at the Gombak Toll Plaza, here today.
He said the reward was his personal contribution as he could understand the sufferings of Nisha’s parents.
One thousand pamphlets were distributed at the Gombak Toll Plaza with the cooperation of the MTD Group. Also present was MIC secretary-general Datuk T Rajagopalu.
Nisha was reported missing after she was taken out by her aunt, who is mentally ill, from the victim’s grandmother’s house in Taman Bukit Bendera, Mentakab, Pahang.
Anyone with information on Nisha can contact the police or Chandramohan at telephone number 016-9353400. — Bernama