SEREMBAN: The Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) has completed a thorough investigation into the death of a 15 -month -old baby girl, Nour Rania Asyifaa Yuseri or Baby Syifaa while under the care of an orphanage in Taman Nusari Aman, Bandar Sri Sendayan here, last February.
According to Utusan Malaysia, Negeri Sembilan Police Chief, Datuk Ruslan Khalid said, the investigation covers the angle of witness and technical evidence with the use of forensic methods as well as the services of pathologists and chemists.
“The investigation paper has been referred to the Head of the Negeri Sembilan Prosecution Unit up to the Attorney General. The case is being investigated under Section 31 of the Children Act 2001. Instructions have been given by the Attorney General for an inquest to be held to identify the cause of death, “he said in a statement yesterday.
Ruslan said the case for the inquest hearing has been set for June 29.
The media yesterday reported that the wife of the Regent of Johor, Che ‘Puan Besar Khaleeda Bustamam urged the government to re -investigate the case of Baby Syifaa’s death.
Khaleeda, through a post on her Instagram account, informed that the opinion that saying that the baby’s injury was caused by being entangled in the cradle rope was absurd.
“For me, it doesn’t make sense for Baby Syifaa to be entangled in a cradle with scars on her leg like she was being dragged,” he wrote in the post.