MH370 - Horses’ Mouths – 16 April 2014

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MH370

 

You are looking so far back when we are already looking at narrowing down a specific phase of our search and recovery operation. And, it’s unfortunate that we are still speculating on matters, which is not looking forward. What I want to do with the formation of the ministerial committees as well as the international investigation panel to be tabled to the cabinet in next few days is to address all these issues.

Hishamuddin Hussein, Acting Transport Minister, insisting that it was baseless to blame Malaysia for the missing Malaysia Airlines (MAS) Flight MH370

 

Don’t throw stones and then hide your hands behind your back (make wild allegations). That’s cowardice, don’t just talk and not provide solutions.

Rosmah Mansor, Prime Minister’s wife, hoping that the people would stop speculating over the MH370

 

The remark of the opposition leader is illogical and regarded the people of Malaysia as stupid.

Najib Razak, on Anwar Ibrahim’s claim that he could solve the mystery of the missing Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight MH370 in one second

 

Moving to klia2

Although there are still a few outstanding commercial issues, this should not hold back our operations at klia2 as planned. As such, AirAsia Group will move into klia2 by May 9, 2014.

AirAsia, conceding to Malaysia Airport Holdings Bhd (MAHB) and agreed to move to klia2 by May 9

 

 

Conversion cases

Parliament must amend the laws to deal with conversion cases.

Jagir Singh, Interfaith Council president, urging Putrajaya to address the on-going problems on conversion issues plaguing non-Muslims

 

 

BSM’s plan to relocate to KL

I have no further comment. I wish them all the best.

Khalid Ibrahim, Selangor MB, on Bible Society of Malaysia’s (BSM) plan to relocate its operation to Kuala Lumpur

 

 

Government grants

Were they fully utilised for commercialisation of the R&D end results or for other purposes?

Rafizi Ramli, PKR strategic director, alleging that a billion ringgit in government grants given for research and development (R&D) purposes has been misused

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