Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Husband Of Missing Indian Passenger On MH370 "Disappointed" With Report

Kuala Lumpur:  The husband of Chandrika Sharma, one of the five Indian nationals missing in the Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 tragedy, today said he was "disappointed" as authorities have failed to tell him how his wife vanished along with 238 others in 2014.
The much-anticipated official report released by the Malaysian Government into one of the world's biggest aviation mysteries has concluded that the Boeing 777 was manually turned around mid-air, and that "unlawful interference by a third party" could not be ruled out.

The Malaysian Airlines flight on March 8, 2014 disappeared carrying 239 people from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Despite a massive search in the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea, the wrekage of the plane has not been found.

K S Narendran, whose wife Chandrika was on the flight, said, "If I can just summarise the reactions that it has been disappointment, a sense of feeling deflated and you know a sense of degradation what we had already knew all this while.
"And at the end of the day the big questions remain and so that is no end in sight for the families as I see it because we still don't know what happened, why it happened, who or what was responsible and so we are exactly where we were on 8th of March which is that there was a plane that took off and turned back and disappeared, and all that we can confirm at the end of four and a half years or so is that the plane disappeared," he said.
30/07/18 PTI/NDTV