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‘My dad was dying, but cops would not let me go to him’
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PETALING JAYA: A woman is grieving the loss of her father, knowing that she could have done something to prevent his death had she been allowed to make a short interstate trip from Bandar Tun Razak in Kuala Lumpur to Nilai, Negeri Sembilan.

The disappointment in not being able to make the journey was compounded by the attitude shown by the police when she went to request for permission to travel to take her father to Hospital Seremban.

Her father died yesterday and Aida Najwa Nasir can’t help feeling that she has been wronged by the police who denied her request to travel.

“He’s gone and he’s not coming back. My siblings and I will be the ones who have to live with this regret for the rest of our lives,” Aida told FMT.

On April 17, Aida went to the Salak South police station in Kuala Lumpur to ask for permission to travel to Nilai to take her father, Nasir Nordin who lives there, to Hospital Seremban after some complications arose.

Nasir, 52, was undergoing regular dialysis treatment and was also disabled.

In her request, Aida had prepared supporting documents like her father’s OKU (person with disability) card and the doctor’s appointment card.

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