Tuesday, September 18, 2007

‘Thank God it’s not Nurin’

- Photo : The Star
ANXIETY turned to relief for the parents of eight-year-old Nurin Jazlin who has been missing for 26 days.

Jazimin Abd Jalil and Norazian Bistaman feared the worst when they were called to Kuala Lumpur Hospital to see if the body found in a bag in Petaling Jaya Utama was their daughter.

But they emerged from the mortuary relieved. Jazimin said they were certain that it was not their daughter, judging from the face, skin colour and body.

“I thank God it is not Nurin. I believe she is still alive and will be found,” said Jazimin.

However, blood samples of the couple were taken for DNA comparison.

“Although there are no leads as to where my daughter is, I believe we will be reunited. I will search for her until she is found.” When police called him at 1pm yesterday, Jazimin admitted there were many things on his mind.

“We were nervous but gathered enough strength to go to the mortuary.

“I know my daughter. One look at the body and I knew it wasn’t her,” he said.

Jazimin appealed to the public to help him look for Nurin.

“They can call me or police. I’m begging for your assistance.” On Aug 20, Nurin, a Year Two pupil of Sekolah Rendah Desa Setapak, was reported missing after going to the night market near her house.

Many parties have offered help to locate the girl, who suffers from kidney problems and high blood pressure.

- The Malay Mail

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

what kind of headline is that?

Jasni AJ said...

Dear Anonymous,

The "headline" is the actual title of the article as it appeared in the Malay Mail.

While I'm not quite sure of your actual intent of the question , but I would think that the "headline" within its context attempts to illustrate the feelings of Nurin's parents upon comfirming that the body they were asked to identify was not of their child's.

The "murdering" of the child found by the police is indeed deplorable and every effort must be taken to bring the sick criminal to justice.

Anonymous said...

Sebulan telah berlalu sejak kehilangan Nurin atau Kak Ngah.Banyak pihak telah tampil untuk membantu tanpa menghiraukan kesan dari penglibatan organisasi2 yg mereka wakili yg boleh menyebabkan penglibatan mereka dianggap mencari populariti. Ini adalah satu risiko dan juga pengorbanan yang diambil oleh individu dan organisasi yang terlibat, syabas..Saya berpendapat ramai lagi yang ingin memberi bantuan mungkin berupa maklumat yang mana saya rasa ini melibatkan naluri ataupun gerakhati yang adakalanya perlu dalam situasi yang begini. Tetapi memandangkan ada seorang menteri yg telah memberi amaran supaya tidak memberi maklumat palsu maka mungkin ramai telah membatalkan hasrat mereka untuk menolong. Kesan amaran ini juga akan menyebabkan mereka yang ternampak Nurin sebenar akan teragak2 untuk memberi lapuran. Berhati_hatilah kalau nak beri pendapat. Kita tidak lagi mampu menanti sehingga TERjumpanya Nurin. Pencarian perlu diseragamkan dan masyarakat setempat perlu bermuafakat dan menjalankan operasi masing-masing berserta polis. Pihak polis pula sepatutnya menggunakan semua bahagian dalam pencarian ini termasuk Unit Anjing K9 untuk mengesan Nurin melalui barang kepunyaan Nurin di tempat yang dianggap berkemungkinan Nurin berada. Tidak terdapatkah dalam pasukan polis kita yang mampu melakar wajah orang yang mengambil Nurin yang dilihat oleh kanak-kanak dipasar malam. Ini mungkin dapat membantu.Kita juga sepatutnya menggunakan kaedah seperti Remote View yg dijalankan oleh Dr Sazali untuk kita jadikan panduan bagi mendapat lebih petunjuk kerana kaedah ini banyak digunakan diluarnegara. Hanya sekadar memberi pendapat,mungkin ada yang menganggap cuba tunjuk pandai..Saya yang kerdil, hanya mampu untuk menggunakan Minda anugerah Tuhan.

Anonymous said...

*Thank God it's not Nurin* so what is it OK that it*s Nurin? We have lost our hearts. It takes an innocent young girl to go missing to bring our hearts together.We never learn from the Yin that has left the Yang and now the Nur (light) in.I am not joking..I am serious.

Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum...

i feel so sorry 2 hear abt nurin's died... i hope she will b placed with the good souls... may Allah bless her forever... for the family, be strong as all tis came from Allah & there is a good things behind a bad things...

take care always...