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Friday, November 8, 2019

Mujahid advises parents to send kids only to registered tahfiz schools

Muhammad Aimin’s father, Nurul Amin Abdul Rahman, and stepmother Hasmaliza Ahmad grieve over their loss. (Bernama pic)
PUTRAJAYA: Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Mujahid Yusof Rawa has advised parents to send their children to study at registered tahfiz centres or religious schools, Bernama reported.
He expressed his sadness and disappointment at the death of a tahfiz pupil at a centre in Lanchang, Temerloh.
The centre was found to have not registered with the Pahang Islamic Religious Department (JAIP).
It started operating early this year at a brick house in Kampung Kuala Kaung. To date, it had only four students, including the victim.
The victim, Muhammad Aimin Nurul Amin, seven, was confirmed dead at the Lanchang health clinic at 1.20pm yesterday after being found in a listless condition by a woman warden at the centre 20 minutes earlier.
An examination found bruises on the victim’s body.
Police have detained three 13-year-old students at the centre to help in investigations under Section 302 of the Penal Code for murder.
In his condolence message to the family of the victim, Mujahid said: ‘’I am very sad when a child who was only seven years old, just starting to know the world, has become a victim.”
He trusted the police will investigate the case thoroughly and hoped they could throw light on the cause of death and what led to the incident.
The parents had sent the boy to the tahfiz centre as he was not doing well in his studies in primary school. - FMT

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