Kin: We won't forgive truth hiders

Kin: We won't forgive truth hiders
A Chinese relative of passengers onboard the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 is comforted by abbess Jue Cheng after prayers for their loved ones at Fo Guang Shan Buddhist temple.

PETALING JAYA - We will not forgive those who are hiding the truth about what happened to our loved ones, warn relatives of Chinese passengers on Flight MH370.

The view was expressed by about 40 relatives from Beijing after they attended a prayer session at Wisma Fo Guang Shan here yesterday.

"The Chinese community are friendly. We can tell the good from the bad.

"We will not forgive those who had harmed our loved ones, those who are hiding the truth and those who are delaying the search and rescue," said a representative who introduced himself as Jiang Hui.

He thanked the Chinese government and all the other countries involved in the search mission for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.

The group of 29 relatives which had arrived in Malaysia on Sunday was joined by others who had arrived earlier and they were staying at the Equatorial Hotel in Bangi.

Jiang Hui, who spoke on behalf of the group, also thanked Malaysians for praying for their relatives to return safely.

"We also thank the media which has voiced our concerns on our behalf and the MCA crisis relief squad for assisting us during this time," he said.

 

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