"Wanita berkenaan itu juga difahamkan telah diikat dan tidak diberi makan selama empat hari.
"Kerajaan mengecam sekeras-kerasnya perbuatan keji ini yang juga merupakan sesuatu yang tidak berperikemanusiaan," kata Menteri Luar Datuk Seri Anifah Aman dalam satu kenyataan hari ini.
Menurut kenyataan itu, Kementerian Luar akan mengikuti perkembangan kes tersebut dengan Polis Diraja Malaysia serta memberi kerjasama sepenuhnya kepada kerajaan Indonesia.
Mangsa dilapor bekerja sebagai pembantu rumah dan majikannya kini ditahan reman selama tujuh hari sejak 13 November lepas bagi membantu siasatan kes mengikut Seksyen 376 Kanun Keseksaan atas tuduhan merogol.
Media sebelum ini melaporkan tiga anggota polis ditahan reman selepas didakwa merogol seorang wanita Indonesia yang bekerja sebagai pembantu restoran di Pulau Pinang - Bernama
Another Indonesian maid raped...
Malaysian police are investigating a man for allegedly raping a 15-year-old Indonesian working for him, officials said today, days after another maid accused three policemen of rape.
The cases have reportedly caused outrage in Indonesia.
Ties between the two neighbours have been tense over frequent reports of abuse in recent years, causing Indonesia to temporarily stop sending maids to Malaysia in 2009.
Malaysia's Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the Indonesian, in the latest case in Seremban, was raped as well as tied up and left without food for four days.
Police are investigating her employer, who was arrested earlier this week, over the rape. The charge carries up to 20 years in prison.
"The government vehemently condemns this shameful, inhuman act," the ministry said.
Seremban police chief Saiful Azly told AFP that the 15-year-old was in the country illegally and had worked in the household for three months.
Last week, three policemen in northern Penang state came under investigation for allegedly gang-raping an Indonesian woman after stopping her to check her papers.
Indonesia, the main provider of domestic workers for Malaysia, stopped sending maids to its Southeast Asian neighbour in 2009 after numerous abuse cases.
Jakarta announced last December it would lift the ban after the two countries agreed to better protect them, including allowing them one day off per week.
But few maids have reportedly arrived since then. Before the ban was enforced some 300,000 Indonesian women worked in Malaysian households.
Cambodia also imposed a ban on sending domestic workers to Malaysia last year following numerous abuse complaints.- malaysiakini