Please help to find Nayati Moodliar who was kidnapped in Mont Kiara
We are delighted to tell you that Nayati is back home with us and although it has obviously been a very traumatic time for him he appears at this stage to be in good shape. We cannot begin to say how proud we are of him and the way that he has coped with the events of the past week.
We have been overwhelmed by the support we have received from all our friends here in Kuala Lumpur and all over the world. We are unable to find the words to express our gratitude but we will never forget what they did for us.
Even more surprising, because it was so unexpected, has been the support of people whom we have never met – and are never likely to meet – in countries as far away as Zambia and the USA, who have offered their time, skills and, in many cases, money, without any expectation of any form of compensation. We are so grateful for their help.
We also appreciate very much the tremendous practical and moral support we have received from the Netherlands Embassy and in particular the Ambassador, Mr Paul Bekkers. With his help we were able to surmount some “interesting” technical problems.
Finally we would like to express our gratitude to the Government of Malaysia, specifically the Royal Malaysian Police. Their number one priority from the start has been the safe return of Nayati and they have been most careful not to do anything that might have jeopardised his safety. We have enjoyed and will continue to enjoy our stay in this wonderful country.
As we are sure you will understand, Nayati’s kidnapping is the subject of an ongoing investigation so we are unfortunately not at liberty to reveal any of the details of the case at this stage.
There will be a press conference on Friday. Details to follow.
Thank you. – Moodliar Family
A 12-year-old Dutch boy, Nayati Moodliar, has been kidnapped in Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. The boy was dragged into a dark-coloured car with false number plates by three men before the eyes of his classmates.
“URGENT UPDATES on missing kid – nayati : these are his general information – 1.5cm height, 12 years old, dark brown hair and eyes, mix origin or indian and caucasian, Dutch nationality, he was taken at 7:30 am this morning on the way to Mont Kiara International School (MKIS), was wearing a green shorts with white tshirt with MKIS emblem, taken in a BLACK PROTON GEN2 with fake plate number WNH 1356. please contact 0192333065/0126895377”
I have seen this notice asking for help in finding A 12-year-old Dutch boy, Nayati Moodliar, who was kidnapped on Friday using Social Media such as Facebook & Twitter and I was tagged on the news and was wondering is this true or not but yes, it’s all over the media and also saw it along the road side and even in shopping complex.
Please help to share this info and let all know so that more attention will be given.
This morning at 7:40 my son was abducted on the corner of Jalan Kiara 1 and Jalan Kiara. He was on his way to the Mont Kiara International School. He was abducted by 3 men in a black Proton Gen 2.
Appeal to Public
Nayati is 12 years old with dark brown hair and brown eyes. He is mixed origin of Indian and caucasian. Dutch nationality. He is 1.5 meters. He was last wearing his MKIS white school shirt and green shorts.
If you have information regarding this case please call the police 999 or the Mont Kiara International School 0320938604.
Appeal to the Kidnappers:
Please return our son Nayati. He is our only son. He is a good boy and we need him back. We don’t want any trouble, we just want our son back. It’s not too late to let him go. Nayati will find his way home.
Please contact me so we can work this out. Phone: 019 233 3065. I repeat 019 233 3065
Facebook Page fore more updates on Nayati Moodliar : Please Help Us To Find Nayati Moodliar
Support pours in for Nayati
PETALING JAYA: As the search for Nayati Shamelin Moodliar continues, many Malaysians took to social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook to convey their heartfelt prayers to the Moodliar family.
Nayati, 12, was abducted on his way to school early Friday morning. There has been no news on his whereabouts so far.
After a dedicated Facebook page was set up on Saturday, more than 8,000 people have “liked” the page while close to a hundred posted messages to offer their assistance and words of comfort.
Shazila Ghazi, who lives in the same area as the Moodliars, posted: “Please let me know if I can help in any way at all … just inbox me. I sincerely hope that he’ll return soon. Have faith.”
Spreading the word: Friends of Nayati’s family helping to distribute flyers to motorists near the Mont’ Kiara International School yesterday.
Ritu Jain from Kuala Lumpur posted, “Nayati, you continue to
be on our minds and in our pra-yers. I hope all the collective good wishes are keeping you strong and safe”.
On Twitter, netizens worldwide used hashtags #FindNayatiMoodliar, #prayfornayati and #Nayati to spread the message and keep Nayati in their prayers.
Many posted links to the Facebook page and urged others to join them in praying for Nayati’s safe return.
Others posted the numbers to call should anyone have information about Nayati’s whereabouts.
Meanwhile, posters with Nayati’s picture have been pasted everywhere around the Klang Valley, including at bus-stops, LRT sta-tions, toll booths and on lamp posts.
While the Moodliar family has expressed gratitude for the “Please help us to find Nayati Moodliar” Facebook page, they also urged the public not to speculate or spread rumours as “it can hinder Nayati’s return”.
“If there are any major developments we will let you know. Until then, please keep Nayati in your thoughts and prayers,” read one of the latest posts on the page.
Meanwhile, police have refused to comment on the case as they do not want to jeopardise investigations.
Police are concerned that media scrutiny could affect their efforts to locate the boy.
However, police posted an alert on their Facebook page on Friday to urge people who had information about the case to call the Jalan Travers police station at 03-2282-4222 or ASP Erwansyah at 019-384-9480.
Those with information that can help the family find Nayati can also call 013-681-6085 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Source : TheStar
Family appeal for Dutch boy kidnapped in Malaysia
The kidnapping of a Dutch boy in Malaysia has triggered a media campaign by his parents and the Prime Minister appealing for his safe return, as police Monday continue their investigation.
Twelve-year-old Nayati Moodliar on Friday was walking to his Mont Kiara International School located in a posh suburb near the capital Kuala Lumpur when he was kidnapped by two men who bundled him into a car.
“He is our only son… we need him back. We don’t want any trouble. We just want our son back. It’s not too late to let him go,” father Sham Moodlia, 41, a Dutch management company employee, said in an emotional video on YouTube.
Family and friends of the boy, who has dual Dutch and South African nationality, have also used Facebook and Twitter in a bid to secure his return.
“He’s got his whole future ahead of him. He never meant any harm to anyone. We’re not rich people. Please give our son back,” the father said, who has also distributed multi-lingual posters of Nayati in a bid to locate the boy.
The kidnapping has also drawn the attention of Prime Minister Najib Razak, who used Twitter to make his plea: “I appeal as a father for Nayati not to be harmed in any way.”
Najib also tweeted he had instructed police chief Ismail Omar to investigate the incident.
Local police chief Wan Abdul Bari told AFP that police were taking the incident very seriously.
“I can confirm we have received a report (of the kidnapping). Investigations is still on. We view such incidents very seriously,” he said.
Source : MSN