KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 25, 2016:
The remains of three Malaysian students, who were killed in a road mishap in Amman on Saturday, were taken to the Basyeer Hospital in Amman for the journey home to Malaysia.
According to the official Facebook of Education Malaysia Jordan, the remains of the students would be flown back to Malaysia on a commercial flight.
The three students of Mu’tah University of Jordan were reportedly killed in a road accident in Ashrafiyeh, Mafraq region while on their way to a religious programme.
Those killed — Fatin Iqmal Idziyani Che Aziz, Hana’ Azhar and Al Najiatun Nailah Mohd Safie, were prior to this placed at the Mafraq Government Hospital, about 50km from Amman.
Meanwhile, two other Malaysian students injured in the mishap — Fatin Nor Syahirah Ramli and Izam Hasif — who were prior to this treated at the Mafraq Government Hospital, were transferred to Hospital Al Amir Hamzah in Amman for further treatment.
According to the Facebook post , the state government of Kelantan and the Federal Territories Islamic Religious Council (MAIWP) had agreed to pay the bill for bringing back the students’ remains. Kelantan would also cooperate with Wisma Putra on the matter.
MAIWP, in a statement today, said apart from footing the bill to fly back the remains of Fatin Iqmal, MAIWP would also bear the funeral expenses for the deceased, who is from Lenggong, Perak.
According to the statement, the late Fatin Ikmal, who was pursuing a Fiqh Wa Usul degree, had received assistance for studies from MAIWP in 2014 and 2015.