Thursday August 15, 2013
MyWatch chairman completes surgery, bullet taken for
SEREMBAN: The five-hour surgery to remove a bullet
lodged near Mywatch chairman R. Sri Sanjeevan's ribcage
was conducted successfully and ended at 7pm at the
Serdang Hospital today.
MyWatch advisor S. Gobi Krishnan said the
bullet was taken to the police forensic laboratory in
Cheras for analysis upon the directive of Bukit Aman CID
director, Datuk Hadi Ho Abdullah and Sanjeevan was
"Hadi has assured the family that the
investigations would be monitored by him and the family
was told to meet him next week to assist further in the
"However, we're still not sure who would
be investigating this case as of now." he added.
Sri Sanjeevan, 29, was critically injured
in the right rib after he was hit by a shot fired by two
men on a motorcycle at a junction in Taman Cempaka,
Bahau at about 4.30pm on July 27.
He is currently being treated at the
Serdang Hospital after being transferred from the Tuanku
Ja'afar Hospital in Seremban.
Meanwhile, his father P. Ramakrishnan said
he was in a critical condition, but is more stable now.
"The doctors had came up with a plan to
perform the surgery today since his condition has
“They had removed the blood clot and
bullet from his lung,” Ramakrishnan said when met
However, he expressed disappointment that
the Bukit Aman police would not be taking over the
investigation from Negri Sembilan police, as he had
As soon as the surgery ended, two police
officers from the Negri Sembilan police came into the
operation theatre and took custody of the bullet.
"One was from the Negri Sembilan's state
contingent, while the other was from the Jempol district
On Tuesday, Ramakrishnan filed a police
report against the Negri Sembilan police, claiming that
the case should be handled by Bukit Aman for fear of
conflict of interest.
MyWatch chairman R. Sri Sanjeevan as he
was being wheeled into surgery to remove the bullet
lodged near his ribs today. NST pix by Amirul Nubli Wan