Father’s Organic Farm has set a limit on the comments allowed on its latest Facebook post.
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The management of Father’s Organic Farm expresses its condolences to all the relatives of the victims involved in the landslide that struck on Friday (16 December).
In a statement on its Facebook page, Father’s Organic Farm voiced grief and sympathy for all the victims and relatives affected by the tragedy.
We also wish the survivors a full recovery and take good care of themselves.Father’s Organic Farm on its well-wishes for the survivors.
In the meantime, Father’s Organic Farm said it also appreciates the efforts of all parties involved in the rescue operation.
Short of using the word ‘sorry’, the management said they humbly bow to all the victims affected by the tragedy.
The posting appears to have been written in Chinese initially and translated into English and Malay.
Earlier, the Facebook page changed their profile photo to black following the landslide.
The landslide, which happened at 2.42 am, was nearly 300 meters long and 70 meters high at the campsite along Jalan Genting – Batang Kali.
At the time of writing, the death toll from the campsite landslide increased to 24.
Nine are still missing out of 94 people involved in the tragedy.
Division Of Opinion
Meanwhile, opinions are divided on the latest announcement by Father’s Organic Farm.
Many appreciated its message of condolences, and some even suggested that people volunteer to help clean the campsite after the search and rescue (SAR) operations are over.
At the same time, others feel that Father’s Organic Farm need to shoulder more responsibility for the landslide.
Operate illegally for camping is a no, no. It is not just a mere apology & condolence that can cover the pain those who survive & those missed their loved individuals. Life is concern.— Tan Eling (@Eling1Tan) December 18, 2022
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At the time of writing, comments on the post have been restricted by Father’s Organic Farm.