KUALA LUMPUR: The fiancé of the fireman who was injured in the riots outside the Sri Maha Mariamman temple has called out to the public to stop speculating on his condition.
In a posting on her Facebook account today, Nurul Najihah said her fiancé Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim, 24, who is with the Fire and Rescue Department’s Emergency Medical Response Service (EMRS) is safe and asked public to pray for him.
The posting has since been shared more than 800 times by the public, with most netizens praying that he has a speedy recovery.
“In an earlier posting, Nurul Najihah uploaded her status which read “You are strong. Wake up soon @Muhammad Adib. Pray for my fiancé… I am not strong, looking at you like this,” she said.
In the incident early this morning, Muhammad Adib was believed to have been attacked by rioters during an operations to put out several vehicles on fire outside the temple.
Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin said Muhammad Adib who was initially unconscious is now on life support.
She said he suffered multiple injuries including broken ribs. -BERNAMA