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A Dog Got Stabbed To Death By Neighbor In Melaka Just Because It Barked At Him While He Rode Past The House

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For many people, dogs barking at them as they go past a house in a neighborhood by walking or even using a certain vehicle has been a very common and usual thing that happens in Malaysia. Nobody would get mad by that action and nobody would definitely take it personally. This is because the dogs are only barking at them as a sign that they are really protecting their owner’s house from any intruders. Shockingly, there are some people that do get mad when they come across barking dogs as they pass by houses in a neighborhood.

That is what happened in Melaka when there is this particular man that stabbed his neighbor’s dog to death after the dog had barked directly at him as he passed by on his own motorcycle.

The particular poor dog was immediately brought to the vet but ultimately died due to its injuries upon arrival.

 

According to the post,

“The perpetrator who is responsible to attack and stab this owned dog to death in Taman Maju, Jasin Melaka is now hunted and will be taken action by the Department of Veterinary Services (DVS) right after they received the report from Animal Malaysia”.

“During the incident at 1 am on 5 November 2020, a dog was attacked and stabbed with a machete by a man who was angry at the dog for barking at him when he passed by in front of the gated house of the poor dog”.

“The man allegedly broke into the dog owner’s house and also threatened them”.

“The Malaysia Animal Association hopes that the man will be brought to justice immediately by applying the Animal Welfare Act 2015, which provides a maximum fine of RM100,000.000 and a maximum jail term of three years if convicted”.

Sources: Facebook Persatuan Haiwan Malaysia – Malaysia Animal Association

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Teenager Throw Books In The River, KASA Invited Him To Be Part of ‘Friends of River Malaysia’

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Recently, there has been a video that went viral showing a teenager who decided to throw away all of his revision books and also revision papers into the river right after he finished his Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) Examination. This video has received a lot of backlash from a lot of netizens. However, the Ministry of Environment and Water (KASA) has taken a different approach for this particular student.

In a Facebook post of the KASA page, they have invited this student who became viral recently to join Friends of River Malaysia (Sahabat Sungai Malaysia).

According to the Facebook post, KASA has stated that they asked the cooperation of people who knew the student to quickly contact the ministry. They said, “If anyone knows this brother, KASA would like to invite this brother to become a member of Friends of River Malaysia”.

They also added, “We want to invite him to launch a river cleaning program nationwide in conjunction with World Water Day on March 22. God willing, through the education and support of the community, not only this younger brother, but many others will be more sensitive about the cleanliness of the river”.

Netizens agree with the steps taken by the Ministry of Environment and Water against the teenager. According to netizens, the move indirectly teaches the people in the country to love the environment.

Sources: Facebook Kementerian Alam Sekitar Dan Air.

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Malaysia Remembers MH370

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KUALA LUMPUR, March 8 — Today, March 8, marks the 7th anniversary of the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines’ flight MH370 that went missing under mysterious circumstances while enroute from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

How and why a sophisticated Boeing 777 carrying 227 passengers of different nationalities and 12 crew vanished from the radar screen without a trace remains an enigma till today, with the extensive search never seen before in aviation history.

In remembering the ill-fated flight, Bernama revisited the incident and interviewed some of the next-of-kin in Malaysia who find the lack of closure on the episode to be disappointing.

“I feel exactly like how it had been seven years ago when I was 17, …things are pretty much the same but we are doing ok,” said the daughter Andrew Nari, the chief steward on the ill-fated flight, to Bernama.

The brother-in-law of Goh Sock Lay, chief stewardess on board, told Bernama that the family did not want to talk about the incident as they felt sad each time they recalled the tragedy.

Family members of passengers also have moved on and felt there is nothing more to talk about the tragedy.

Even the conspiracy theories have abated. The initial theories, such as hijacking and diversion of the plane to US Military base on the Diego Garcia atoll, seizure of control of the aircraft from the pilots via remote methods, and catastrophic systems or airframe failure – are all have yet to be proven.

However, the aircraft’s flaperon that washed up on the beach on Reunion Island a year later pointed to the fact that the Indian Ocean is the final resting place of flight MH370. However, there is no way to pinpoint the exact resting place of the aircraft in the vast ocean.

Australia, China, and Malaysia ended a fruitless US150 million search across a 120,000 square-kilometre area in the Indian Ocean in 2017. Subsequently, Houston-based group Ocean Infinity also failed to locate the aircraft and its search ended in 2018.

The Malaysian Transport Ministry had said that it has yet to receive any credible evidence to initiate a new search. Till the aircraft is found and the mystery surrounding its disappearance is deciphered, the MH370 call sign will remain an enduring mystery of aviation.

Source: BERNAMA

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JPJ Is On The Hunt For Vehicle Owners That Use Modified Horns With Rhythmic Tones

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Lately, the trend of using modified horns with rhythmic tones can be seen to be on the rise especially among bus and also lorry drivers and this irresponsible action has been disturbing other road users. Therefore, the Selangor State Road Transport Department (JPJ) has carried out the enforcement operation to hunt drivers that are still using this type of horn around Selangor. This operation is done so that this disturbing type of horn will never be used again.

Selangor State JPJ also has stressed that a fine of up to a total of RM2,000 and also imprisonment of up to 6 months awaits road users with vehicles that use modified horns. According to a statement, the enforcement operation against the use of these modified horns has been done within the state since 1 March after receiving complaints from the public.

According to the Selangor State JPJ, enforcement against vehicles that install these rhythmic horns as an accessory has been sued under Rule 24 (i) of the Motor Vehicles (Construction and Use) Rules 1959, namely installing horns more than one tone. Vehicles installing this kind of horn have also been taken action with the issuance of a Notice of Prohibition of the Use of Vehicles (PG1).

Vehicle owners who have been compounded must attend an inspection at any nearby JPJ Office to ensure that the vehicle has been taken corrective action by removing the installed rhythmic horns and a Vehicle Use Prohibition Withdrawal Notice (PG2) will be issued after the vehicle inspection is made. The compound also needs to be clarified or the case was taken to court for further action.

JPJ stated that continuous enforcement will be done against any offenses to make sure that road users obey the rules and regulations on the road.

Sources: Facebook JPJ Negeri Selangor.

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