KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 12 (Bernama) -- The Peninsular Malay Students Federation (GPMS) is to mobilise 150 volunteers on Friday to distribute posters of missing Nurin Jazlin Jazimin, 8, at 50 locations in the capital.
Its deputy president, Jais Abdul Karim, said the operation would cover, among others, light rail transit stations, night markets, shopping centres and Ramadan bazaars.
Jais, who is also Wangsa Maju GPMS chief, told Bernama Wednesday that the initiative would be extended to other areas if the girl still could not be found.
Nurin Jazlin, who suffers from a kidney ailment and has high blood pressure, went missing at the night market in Section 1 of Wangsa Maju, just 100 metres from her home, on August 20.
Jais said GPMS had printed 100,000 posters of the girl which would also be distributed to 142 GPMS branches nationwide.
Those keen on joining in the search for Nurin Jazlin are to visit the GPMS centre in Jalan Sultan Salahudin here or call Wangsa Maju GPMS at 03-2692 7026 or Jais at 019-345 1472.