The police gave space to the parents of the victims of the two brothers who were still traumatized

PETALING JAYA: Police have yet to take statements from the parents of two brothers who died in a fire in Kampung Simpang Tiga, Gombak, near here, early yesterday morning.

Gombak District Police Chief, Assistant Commissioner Zainal Mohamed Mohamed said, for now, the police are giving space to the victim’s parents who are still traumatized.

“We have to understand the need to feel sorry for parents in such a difficult situation. On the basis of humanity, give them the opportunity to still be traumatized. We don’t sit where he is, we don’t know.

“The hospital is managing the post mortem (autopsy) of the corpse and so on before it is buried later,” he said when contacted here today.

According to Zainal Mohamed, as of 10 o’clock this morning, the bodies of the two brothers are still in the hospital’s affairs.

He said he would meet the parents but was waiting for the hospital’s permission for further investigation.

The fire at about 3.30 in the morning involving the three residences claimed the lives of Nur Syaza Alfisya Muhammad Faizan, 10, and her younger brother, Muhammad Al Qayyum Muhammad Faizan, 7, in their home.

The bodies of the two brothers were found in the main room of the house after the extinguishing operation was completed.

Utusan Malaysia yesterday reported the victim’s grandmother, who wants to be known as Normala, 48, said that at the time of the incident, her daughter and son-in-law did not take her two grandchildren out because they were believed to be sleeping.

“I was informed about the incident at about 4 am and when the incident happened, my son and his husband went out to eat at 3 am because my pregnant son wanted to eat,” he said.

The Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development (KPWKM) is reported to need to obtain a police report before determining whether the victim’s parents were negligent and caused the victim’s death in a fire in their home.

Its minister, Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri, is reported to have said that her party is waiting for a full report on the fire to determine whether the parents of the victims committed an offense under the Children’s Act 2001 (Act 611) due to negligence.

Section 31, Children Act 2001 (Act 611) outlines the abuse, neglect, abandonment and exposure of children.

Section 31(1)(a) states that it is an offense for any person who has the custody of a child, to abuse, neglect, abandon or expose the child in a manner likely to cause the child to suffer physical injury or emotions.- MESSENGER

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