KUALA KEDAH – “I would like to see the faces of the people who did that. I would like to see their ruthless faces.
“But now, who would want to admit to such crime?” tears could be seen in Asma Aziz’s eyes when she shared the thoughts that has been kept deep in her heart since she received the news that her beloved son was critically injured, lying motionlessly in the Intensive Care Unit of the Subang Jaya Medical Centre on 27 November.
It is impossible for the 51-year-old mother to her urge. It is also impossible for a mother to forget the pains that her son had to ensure for the past three weeks that he finally succumbed to his injury at 9.41 p.m. last Monday (17 December).
She was not wailing but streams of rolling from her eyes were more than enough to portray her sorrows although she surrendered to the fate of Muhammad Adib.
When met by the media, Asma requested justice for her son. She wanted the individual who invited the rioters which started the fracas at the vicinity of the Sri Maha Mariamman temple to bear the full responsibility.
Where there’s smoke, there’s fire, Asma believed that the incident would not happen if there was no mastermind to ignite the rage of the people, which caused the riot.
“Call up the leader of the rioters. That should happen. If he had not gather the people, they would not come,” she said flatly, enough to communicate the disappointment within her.
Seemingly, Muhammad Adib’s mother was not the only person but Malaysians in whole, want to know the mastermind behind the deadly protests which took the life of a civil servant on duty.
The environment at Muhammad Adib’s family home is no longer the same. His presence was always felt although he worked in Subang Jaya.
He should be getting married this Saturday on 22 November with his fiancé Nurul Najihah Mohd Radzi.
However, he could no longer fight for his own life despite undergoing intensive treatment at the National Heart Institute due to his serious internal injuries.
He took his last breath at 9.41 p.m. on Monday, where his family members were at his side. His remains was flown from the Fire and Rescue Airbase in Subang Jaya to Kuala Kedah. He was laid to rest at the As-Saadah Mosque Cemetery in Kuala Kedah yesterday. -MalaysiaGazette