Tuesday September 4, 2007
KUALA LUMPUR: The reward for anyone who can provide information on missing eight-year-old girl Nurin Jazlin Jazimin has been raised to RM8,000 after the Muslim Consumers Association of Malaysia (MCAM) contributed RM3,000.
MCAM communications and public relations officer Noor Nirwandy Mat Noordin said it hoped that more people would come forward with information on Nurin Jazlin.
Wangsa Maju MP Teo Ng Look had earlier put up RM5,000 as reward.
Nurin Jazlin, who suffers from a kidney ailment and has high blood pressure, went missing on Aug 20 at the night market in Section 1 of Wangsa Maju, just 100m from her home.
Her mother, Norazian Bistaman, 35, said the Ramadan fast this year would not be a happy occasion because of Nurin Jazlin's disappearance.
“Nurin was very enthusiastic about fasting although her health does not allow her to do so,” she said.
Norazian was also concerned about her daughter's health because Nurin Jazlin is on medication.
“I fear that she may be given the wrong medicine by whoever has her now,” she said.