n 2007, a hotline for missing youngsters appeared after the capture, assault and murder of eight-year-old Nurin Jazlin Jazimin. It was called Talian Nurin (National Urgent Response Information Network).
Nonetheless, the name was before long changed to Nationwide Urgent Response (NUR).
A dissident is presently requesting that the public authority return to utilizing the first name.
Ananti Rajasingam, the CEO of Yayasan Chow Kit, a middle for in danger youngsters and teens, said she felt Nurin merited the honor.
In a new meeting with FMT, Nurin’s dad, Jazimin Abdul Jalil, said he contradicted the name change and pursued for the hotline’s unique name to be restored so that individuals would recall what befell his daughter.Ananti said she comprehended Jazimin’s sentiments. “I feel changing the line from Talian NUR to Nurin can have an effect. It will remind us all that Nurin made a difference and still matters.”
Hannah Yeoh, who was appointee clergyman of ladies, family and local area advancement when Pakatan Harapan was in power, said the meaning of a name in cases like Nurin’s could bring issues to light.
“The name justifies itself with real evidence,” she said. “It may not be a poorly conceived notion in light of the fact that many individuals recollect Nurin as the missing youngster.”
Nurin was stole right external the family’s leased condo in Wangsa Maju in August 2007. Her remaining parts were observed 28 days after the fact stuffed inside a duffel bag before a shop in Petaling Jaya, more than 20km away. She had been assaulted and killed.
The offenders have not been found.