The armed forces were upstaged this week by one man, Wartono Karyo Utomo, a diminutive batik-clad figure wearing a traditional Muslim peci hat. Mr Utomo is the father of Indonesia's most wanted man, Budiman Sudjatmiko, the fugitive head of the so-called People's Democratic Party. The Army alleges the group has been plotting to overthrow the Government and says it has evidence Mr Sudjatmiko's father was a member of the PKI, the country's defunct Communist Party. However, even as socio-political affairs chief Syarwan Hamid was preparing to brief a group of diplomats on the matter, Mr Utomo was holding a press conference to declare his hatred of communists and his son's innocence. Indonesian Muslims traditionally dislike communism because they see it as anti-religion. 'Mine is a devoted Muslim family. We taught our children to be religious,' Mr Utomo said. 'It's impossible that Budiman is involved in a leftist movement, I myself hate the PKI.' Mr Utomo was speaking after voluntarily visiting the Attorney-General's office in Jakarta to assist investigations into the July 27 riots in the capital. Mr Sudjatmiko's family say they last saw him on Sunday, July 28, when he left the house empty-handed with a friend. He and dozens of other activists are now believed to be in hiding.