90 days since. Yes, it has been 90 days when Nurin was abducted by someone, someone until today nobody knows whom.
90 days since. Yes, it has been 90 days when Nurin was hidden somewhere, somewhere until today nobody knows where.
While we patiently wait for some positive developments, the revelation in the august parliament house today does not bring much hope that the long, long wait would ever be fruitful in the near future.
While the police (with the assistance from the FBI) have publicly declared that till date they have not been able to extract the motorcycle number plates from the video footage due to technical factors, i.e. due to the poor visual, one must have also wonder how the perpetrator(s) managed to execute his(their) crime undetected; before, during and after!
However, notwithstanding the latest revelation, the family remained steadfast in their believe that the police have done and still are doing their best ever investigation works in attempting to unturn the mysterious stone that could reveal, catch and punish the perpetrator(s) soon, InsyaAllah.
The perpetrator(s) must be identified, and not only that, it (they) must be punished to serve as a lesson to the would be like-minded criminals of the future.
The world don't need them, the sooner we get rid of them, the safer the world would be. The longer they are allowed to roam about freely, the bolder they will get. And our children will be as good as trapped in a world, an extremely dangerous world. There will be no more adventures for them, certainly not at the playgrounds or the dreadful pasar malams! In fact, it is not even safe be at home, remember Preeshena!
We also are patiently waiting on the charge (or charges) to be made on the identified culprit who leaked and distributed Nurin autopsy pictures. According to the police, they have completed their investigation and the papers are now with the Public Prosecutor's Office. We wonder what's holding them up?
The 100th day is now fast approaching, let's pray that we can have something by then.