When Hasnah Abd Ghani dropped her son, Mohammad Amir Bin Mohammad Arif, 24, at Alor Setar’s bus station on June 30 2014, she never thought that would be the last time she saw him. She called her son, but no one picked up the phone and soon she was blocked from the number. Like any other mother, Hasnah searched for her missing child and contacted the person she knew closest to her son, his girlfriend.
“I called Nurul Aini and she said my son is gone and terminated the call. I couldn’t reach her since then” said Hasnah.
Amir previously lodged not one but twenty five police reports about the threats he received from several people but according to Hasnah, the authorities didn’t do anything to help her son. Representative from Perak Barisan Nasional Public Service and Complaints Centre, Mr Mohd Rawi bin Abdullah who was at the press conference, believed the key to finding Amir is to search for Nurul Aini,
“Amir was having some sort of feud with Nurul Aini when he found out she was cheating on him. It is crucial to find Nurul Aini because she might know where Amir is.”
When asked about Amir and Aini’s relationship, Hasnah herself didn’t know where her son met Aini but knows about how serious they were as Amir brought her to meet his grandmother. According to Hasnah, Nurul Aini stayed in an estate at Senai, Johor.
“I know my son is still alive and I believe he is in deep trouble. I don’t know what else I can do,” said the worried mother.
Anyone with information, please contact the police.