Submitted by alvin on Wed, 2016-07-27 19:17 Bengaluru: An NRI from Udupi has launched a website to search his mother who has gone missing since last year. Satish Shetty, CEO of Codeproof Technologies at Seattle in United States, has launched a website www.mommissing.org to search his mother Malathi Shetty (65). She was reported missing from her home in Korgi village, Kundapura Taluk on June 24, 2015. Satish has announced Rs one lakh as reward for information about his missing mother. Satish has said on website that his mother was wearing gold jewellery more than Rs three lakh a cream colour saree and a Baby Pink blouse when she left home on June 24. Malathi Shetty was living in Korgi village with her husband Kedoor Bhaskar Shetty, a retired school teacher, daughter Sarala Shetty and son-in-law Dr Ram Manohar Shetty. Satish Shetty has also posted on various social websites, and distributed pamphlets about his missing mother and details about her. Malathi is 5.5 ft tall, fair complexioned, and has toes that are not straight. On his website, Satish has also requested the readers to spread the same news on all social websites. Speaking to bfirst.in, Satish said: “Our family has been following up on the case with the help of police. They have investigated and interrogated our neighbours and other relatives, with no result. My father's health has suffered from the time my mother went missing. Last week, he was admitted in the hospital because of frail health.” Satish Shetty further added that a month ago, an anonymous person from Shiroor had called from a coin box to Brahmavara police station and told police about a body buried in forest area in Shiroor. “The Brahmavara police investigated the area and said they found no such body. Now, Udupi SP Annamalai has decided to investigate the forest area near Shiroor personally.” Satish said he appealed the public to let his family know if they find his mother in some Ashram or elsewhere. “We are desperately waiting to know about her fate,” Satish said. Ram Manohar Shetty had filed an FIR on june 26 and a missing complaint about his mother-in-law. “I filed an FIR at Kundapur police station on June 26. I also spoke to Udupi Superintendent of Police Annamalai,“ he said. In order to speed up the police enquiry, Satish had filed a Habeas Corpus application in the High Court at Bengaluru on November 20. “The court had issued an emergency notice to Home ministry of Karnataka, IGP Western Range, Amruth Paul and IGP Karnataka, SP Udupi and Kundapura police to speed up the enquiry. Udupi SP Annamalai formed a special team which included DySP Manjunatha Shetty and Sub-Inspector Naseer Hussain,” Satish said.