Mat lajak deaths: Mum of teen killed in crash wants to move on

In her thoughts: Shabariah holding her son Mohamad Azhar’s shirts, which have been kept neatly folded in a cupboard at her home in Permas Jaya. — THOMAS YONG/The Star

JOHOR BARU: The bed is made, like someone is going to sleep in it later in the night, and the boy’s clothes are folded neatly in the cupboard.

But no one will be sleeping here and the clothes will not be worn.

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