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Saturday March 2, 2013 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Thursday April 18, 2013 MYT 1:01:36 AM
by farik zolkepli AND austin camoens
SUBANG JAYA: The bodies of fallen commandos Insp Zulkifli Mamat, 29, and Kpl Sabaruddin Daud, 46, arrived at 12.30pm Saturday at the Royal Malaysian Air Force base in Subang.
They were accorded full police honours at the Air Force Control base here.
The atmosphere was sombre, with high-ranking police officials and the families of Zulkifli and Sabaruddin present.
The two men had served in the Ulu Kinta camp in Perak.
Zulkifli, from Kampung Kubang Ikan, Besut, Terengganu, leaves behind wife Noraziah Noor and two sons aged four and one.
Sabarudin, from Sungai Besar, Sabak Bernam, leaves behind wife Nurunisa Abu Bakar, two sons and a daughter.
The three injured commandos are Kpl Mohd Tarmizi Hashim, 32, Kpl Azman Ampong, 39, and Konstabel Mohamad Qaiyum'aiqal Zolkifli, 22.
Ramli said Mohd Tarmizi had injuries to his hand and feet while Azman suffered injuries to his thigh and buttocks.
They are being treated at the Lahad Datu Hospital.
Meanwhile, Mohamad Qaiyum'aiqal who suffered injuries to his right shoulder and both legs was flown to Sandakan Hospital
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