By : K. Harinderan
KUALA LUMPUR: “Every time I see the face of a little girl I imagine it’s my daughter coming home to me,” said Norazian Bistaman, 35.
The mother of eight-year-old Nurin Jazlin Jazimin was speaking to a delegation of about 20 Wanita Umno officials who visited her home yesterday.
The visit was organised by Wanita UMNO social development and charity bureau chairman Datuk Mastika Junaidah Husin.
“We sympathise with the parents. It has been 17 days since they last saw their daughter,” said Mastika, adding that all are hoping little Nurin will return safely, and the family will be reunited.
She urged anyone who has any information on the whereabouts of the little girl to come forward.
“We have mobilised the women’s movement at all state and division levels to join in the search for Nurin,” she said.
Posters will be distributed to main bus terminals and railway stations nationwide to help find Nurin.
Nurin has been missing since about 8.30pm on Aug 20. She had gone on her own to the night market about 500 metres from her home in Section 1, Wangsa Maju. Nurin suffers from high blood pressure and kidney problems, and her parents fear that her health could be at risk without her medication.
Nurin’s father Jazimin Abdul Jalil, a 33-year-old taxi driver, said: “I am lost and worried. I have used all avenues in the search for my daughter. We spoke to a religious medium who said Nurin is either still in the Klang Valley or in Hutan Meilintang in Perak. We have not heard of any developments in the police investigation yet.“
Wanita UMNO and Mind Bond Holdings Sdn Bhd also donated RM1,000 to the family.
- New Straits Times