Rompin bus crash: Anwar contributes RM10,000 to each victim's family


ALOR GAJAH: Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has contributed RM40,000 to the families of the four victims who died in a bus accident on Jalan Kuantan-Segamat, Rompin, Pahang.

The Prime Minister's RM10,000 contribution to each family was presented by his senior political secretary Datuk Seri Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin.

He said that the contribution was a sign of the Prime Minister and the government's concern for the families who had lost their loved ones.

"Anwar also expressed his gratitude to rescue teams and volunteers who worked tirelessly to help the accident victims," he told reporters at Ramuan China Besar here on Monday (June 10).

Earlier, Shamsul Iskandar conveyed the Prime Minister's condolences to the family of Hasnatul Adilah Hassan, 48, who was the former assistant principal of Sekolah Kebangsaan Jeram.

He also visited the families of the other three victims namely SK Jeram teacher Dahlia Ahmad, 52, in Kampung Sungai Tuang; SK Jeram operations assistant Hamzah Ahmad, 60, in Kampung Londang and Hadi Asyraf Mad Idris, 29, in Padang Temu.

A bus carrying 39 passengers including two drivers overturned on a slope and hit a trailer carrying a load of steel coils.

The bus was carrying a group of teachers from the school together with their children to Terengganu. – Bernama

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