Ministry to rely on social media to help spread the word about newscaster’s disappearance, says Rina
SHAH ALAM: The Women, Family and Community Development Ministry’s social media platforms will be used to help spread the word about the disappearance of former newscaster Zalina Shaharah Azman, says its Minister Datuk Seri Rina Harun.
She said her ministry sympathized about the situation after the television personality had been reported missing since November last year.
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“We know her as a newscaster, who doesn’t know her? I sympathize and pray that she can be found safely.
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“I see that many non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and even Datuk Ras Adiba Radzi are also helping to find her,” she told the media after the 2022 Wanita Bangkit round table conference here.
She also expressed hope that the victim’s family would not give up and persevere in finding her.
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Yesterday, police said they believed that Zalina, 58, is still in the country as there was no indication that she had gone overseas.
On Monday, Shah Alam district police chief ACP Mohd Iqbal Ibrahim in a statement said a police report was lodged by Zalina’s son, Mikhael Norman, 33, regarding the disappearance of his mother on Nov 29 last year. – Bernama