Nayati in good health, says school head
KUALA LUMPUR, May 3 — Twelve-year-old Nayati Shamelin Moodliar, who was found today after he was believed to have been kidnapped a week ago, is in good health and in high spirits.
Mont’ Kiara International School head Walter Morris said the boy was safe and currently with his parents.
“I had the opportunity to talk to Nayati. He appears to be in good health and good spirits.
“Mom and dad are understandably incredibly relieved.
“It has been six long nights since his abduction and no more wonderful news could have awaited us this morning than that of Nayati’s safe return,” Morris was quoted as saying in The Star Online.
Nayati was abducted on April 27 while walking to the school.
Morris said many parents of the students were at Nayati’s home to welcome him back.
“Faculty and staff at Mont’ Kiara are ecstatic. Our students have been informed,” he was quoted as saying.