World comes crash­ing down for vic­tim’s preg­nant wife

New Straits Times - - News -

SUN­GAI PETANI: She was a lit­tle con­fused when her hus­band of three months, Mo­hamad Fandi Rosli, told her he was not go­ing to send her back to Se­lan­gor this com­ing week­end, as he usu­ally did.

No­rasikin Ab­dul Halim, 26, a nurse at Se­layang Hospi­tal, did not sus­pect any­thing amiss un­til she re­ceived a phone call yes­ter­day morn­ing, in­form­ing her that Fandi was killed in an ac­ci­dent in Per­matang Pauh, near Bukit Mer­ta­jam.

She felt as if her world came crum­bling down.

No­rashikin is said to be preg­nant with their first child.

“I was sup­posed to come back here this Thurs­day (to­mor­row) and usu­ally, my hus­band would send me back to Se­layang.

“How­ever, two days ago, he told me that he had booked a flight ticket for me from Kuala Lumpur to Sun­gai Petani.

“He told me to ar­range for my trip back to Kuala Lumpur. When I asked him why he asked me to do so, he just told me that he could not send me, with­out ex­plain­ing why,” she said in be­tween sobs at Fandi’s par­ents’ home in Ta­man Sri Pi­nang here.

No­rashikin, who ar­rived at the house at 3pm, fainted sev­eral times upon see­ing her hus­band’s body.

Fandi’s re­mains were taken to the Kam­pung Pokok As­sam Ceme­tery for burial at 6pm yes­ter­day.

His death was a great loss to his par­ents, Rosli Lin, 57, and Noor Su­raini Is­mail, 47, as he was their only son.

The cou­ple have a sec­ond child, Nur­fadi­lah, 25.

Rosli said he ac­cepted Fandi’s death as God’s will, but added that his fam­ily hoped that po­lice would in­ves­ti­gate the case.

“I can ac­cept his death but I am dev­as­tated by the ir­re­spon­si­ble act of the other driver, who caused the fa­tal ac­ci­dent by driv­ing against traf­fic flow.

“I want jus­tice for my fam­ily and my daugh­ter-in-law,” he said, adding that the fam­ily was con­tem­plat­ing tak­ing le­gal ac­tion against the driver who caused the ac­ci­dent.

Rosli said Fandi, who worked at a fac­tory in Se­berang Jaya, was trav­el­ling home af­ter com­plet­ing his shift at 7am yes­ter­day.

“He was my only son. He was a good son.

“He did not do any­thing wrong. He did not de­serve to die in such a hor­ri­ble way due to some­one else’s neg­li­gence.”

Rosli said his heart crushed ev­ery time he watched the video clip of the car trav­el­ling in the op­po­site di­rec­tion along the North-South Ex­press­way sec­onds be­fore it rammed into Fandi’s car.

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