MALACCA: A soldier who is scheduled to get married next March lost in Chinese tomb, here, on the way due to the traditional treatment of depression. When the incident at about 8 pm on Sunday, Lance Corporal Majid Mohd Khairul Nizam, 29, who works at the Royal Malay Regiment (RAMD) Bear Hill Camp, near here, said in a semi-conscious when the car carrying the three friends.
His brother, Zamri Majid, 43, said he was told by one of its partners Mohd Khairul Nizam, his brother seemed depressed and anxious lately.
“On the afternoon of the incident, my brother brought to Category Overview for medical treatment of Islam, but after arriving at camp in the Sunset, he looks more and more agitated and restless.
” The three friends want to bring him a traditional treatment, and about 8 pm on the way, Nizam asked to stop the vehicle at a petrol station in Sungai Putat to remove the water, “he said.
However, according to Zamri, his brother, who was wearing a military uniform to take ablution and back towards the car, but did not enter the vehicle, but continued walking toward the road.
“A friend who is aware of strange actions Nizam tried to catch up, but he went straight to the Chinese tomb is located about 500 meters from a petrol station before the failure is detected,” he said.
His mother, Jamilah Mahdi, 66, said she and her husband, Majid So, 74, informed of the loss of the youngest of eight siblings after four soldiers involved came to his house in Felda Sungai Kelamah, NSW, at 5 last evening.
“One of them asked if my son is coming home before I went on crying and calling other children as members of the said Nizam lost when taken to receive treatment due to depression, “he said when met here yesterday.
However, he said, he was surprised when informed of their youngest child anxiety and feelings of stress, as previously showed no change in attitude when The last time back to the village on the Chinese New Year holidays last week.
“When he looked very happy, he even brought his fiancee to buy gifts and wedding dresses book.
“He was very quiet, but if any problems would have told me.
” In fact, he could attend tahlil at home and her fiance on January 23 before returning to Camp Hill Bear the next day, “he said.
Jamilah said the last time his son was contacted on January 24 and safely arrived at the camp said, but began to worry since the day when no news is news and phone calls is not answered.
Meanwhile, the Ops Officer Helps Malaysia Civil Defence Department (personnel) Malacca, Mohd Kamil Hassan said Mohd Khairul Nizam rescue operation began at 8:45 last night made up of 60 members and up to 9 hours last night, he still has not been found. type=”application/x-shockwave-flash”