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Sunday, February 5, 2012

Babysitter refuses to return her son

Sulaiman Kamal | 7:42 PM | | | | Best Blogger Tips

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JOHOR BARU: A Singaporean mother is appealing for her 20-month-old son to be returned to her, saying a babysitter here was refusing to do so.
Wanchak Ibrahim, 43, claimed that she had handed over Mu­­hammad Ashraf Abdullah to a family in Kampung Sentosa in Pasir Gudang on March 20 last year.
"At that time, I was living in Kampung Pasir Puteh (Johor) but working in Singapore and I did not have time to care for my son.

"I decided to ask the family to look after my son for the time being and paid them RM10 a day," she told a press conference organised by Pusat Aduan Rakyat Pasir Gudang supervisor Syed Othman Syed Abdullah here yesterday.
Wanchak, who was previously married to a Johorean, claimed the family did not even allow her to see Muhammad Ashraf.
"The family told me that they had given my son away to another family," she said, adding that she had lodged several police reports over the matter.
During the press conference, Syed Othman called the family to inquire about Muham­mad Ashraf and was told that he had been given to another family.
A woman said if Wanchak wanted her son back, she had to pay a certain amount of money to the family.
Syed Othman said he would meet the police soon and lodged a report with Suhakam.
"We believe the family is involved in child trafficking and we urge the police to take immediate action before it is too late," he said.
When contacted, Seri Alam OCPD Supt Roslan Zainuddin said the matter was under investigation.


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