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Loh's journey - from abused wife to fighting mum
Saturday, February 19, 2022

Loh Siew Hong

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: They played with our poverty and downtrodden situation to dehumanise and deny our citizenship rights. They are making us human pawns in their political game to dehumanise our living as a minority community. 

The oppressive forces with massive security laws are involved in silencing us and making our lives difficult to live a dignified life in this beautiful country.

Malaysiakini : Penang-born single mother Loh Siew Hong's dream of a normal childhood shattered in 1992 when she was five years old.

Both her parents died of cancer, leaving her an orphan and she had to be looked after by her mother's relatives in Sungai Petani, Kedah. Growing up in an Indian community, she followed the Hindu faith and learned to speak Tamil fluently. Seeking to improve her life, Loh completed her studies as a chef at a local community college. It was at the college that she met her husband, Nagahswaran Muniandy.

Her journey into darkness and pain began in 2017 when Nagahswaran started physically abusing her. Loh said while he never smoked or drank alcohol, Nagahswaran started taking crystal methamphetamine, a recreational drug commonly known as ice, that year. "I had to pay for everything. I got to know he was having an affair with an Indian Muslim woman, but I did not know who she was.

"Apparently, he had been seeing the woman after I gave birth to my son. Even my neighbours knew and they told me about it," she said. Eventually, Nagahswaran's aggression became too much for her to bear. She tried to seek help from a friend who frequently visited her shop. This acquaintance had a neighbour who was a police officer.

But Nagahswaran got to know of her plan when her son unwittingly mentioned it to him. "He was so angry that he dragged me to a forest near the house, pulled my hair, cut it with a knife, and broke my legs and arm."He brought my children along and threatened that he would burn us all alive. My children were terrified," she said. She finally reached out to members of her family in Singapore, who lodged a police report in Johor Bahru.

The police came knocking at her mother-in-law's home and took Nagahswaran away. "It was then I took my children with me, lodged another police report and headed to the Welfare Department. I was in plaster for six months. "I was placed in an old folk's home under the Welfare Department in Bidong, about 12km from Sungai Petani. "I stayed there for a month but by then, my husband was released on RM10,000 bail," she said.

The welfare officer told her she could not stay long at their premises. Loh recollected that the officer even made snide remarks about her plight. "You chose your husband, you have to live with it," Loh was told. In despair, Loh returned to her husband. He remained sober for only three days. Then it was back to the same old routine. She found a job as a cashier as her sister-in-law had taken over her economy rice stall. Her monthly pay was RM1,200 but her husband demanded RM500 from her every month as he was unemployed.

Loh loathed the situation she was in and resolved once again to leave with her children in tow. One day, there was an event next door and Nagahswaran was not at home. Loh quickly bundled her children and made her escape, seeking shelter at a family member's home. After that, she and the children left for Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, to live with her cousin who is attached to the army. Although he said the place was safe, Loh still felt traumatised.

When she tried to register the children at a school nearby, Loh was told she needed documents to show that she had applied for a change of schools. Following this, she swallowed her pride and returned to her husband. Nagahswaran was only sober for three days, after which he started to beat her again. Her neighbours knew what was happening, but no one came to her rescue.

One day he hit her head with a hammer and broke her legs again. She had to ask her mother-in-law to help call for an ambulance. "I did not tell her that her son abused me. I just wanted to get out of the house." Loh was hospitalised and received 27 stitches on her head. Nagahswaran found her at the hospital and tried to take her home, but the doctor said: "No, let her get well before you take her home."

He later lodged a police report against the doctor.  In July 2019, Loh obtained interim custody of her children, who were then with her husband. But when she went to claim them, the police were not helpful. Her neighbours urged her to rescue her children, fearing they might be abused by their father. She immediately filed for divorce and custody. Loh eventually obtained full custody of her children early last year.

By then, her husband was arrested and sentenced to two years in jail in Machang, Kelantan, over a drug-related offence. Loh had no idea where her three children were. She eventually found the twins, now 14, with an Islamic NGO and her 10-year-old son at a Tahfiz school in Tasek Gelugor, Penang. All three were unilaterally converted to Islam without her knowledge.

Several NGOs have rallied behind Loh, demanding that her children be returned to their mother. However, Perlis mufti Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin claimed the children did not want to see their mother and would rather remain as Muslims. But Loh is determined to get her children back. "This is not about race or politics. They can be Muslim, Hindu or Christian. I accept that. I just want my children back," she pleaded. Meanwhile, Nagahswaran is expected to be released from prison in November.

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