‘Vehicle that rammed DPP’s car belongs to tailor’
KUALA LUMPUR: The four-wheel-drive vehicle which rammed into the car driven by deputy public prosecutor Datuk Anthony Kevin Morais, whose body was found in a cemented drum, belongs to a tailor, the High Court was told yesterday.
Tailor S. Yogeswari, 37, said the black vehicle, with registration number PEP 1135 belonged to her, but was used by a man known as Rajendran, who is her worker’s husband.
She said she had two cars, namely the vehicle and a Perodua Kembara, but she had only used the Kembara, while Rajendran used the four-wheel-drive.
The 37th witness said this during the examination-in-chief by deputy public prosecutor Saiful Edris Zainuddin at the Kevin Morais murder trial, which entered its 25th day.
Yogeswari, however, said between August and September last year, she had handed over the four-wheel-drive to a man called Selvam, whom she had known for only three weeks, with the intention of selling the vehicle.
She said, from Aug 2 to Sept 11 last year, the vehicle was not with her, but was totally under Selvam’s control.