KP1M Brings Home Woman From Lombok
SEPANG – A 22-year-old woman who eloped with her Indonesian boyfriend to Lombok Tengah in June, was brought home last night by Kelab Putera 1Malaysia (KP1M) and was reunited with her family.
The arrival of the victim, Nur Shahira Samsuri, who is from Jitra, Kedah at 11.15 pm was welcomed by KP1M president Datuk Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim and her family at the Low-Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT).
Besides Nur Shahira, KP1M also brought back a resident of Lombok Barat, Madon Saban, 31, to be reunited with his wife, Suriani Abd Wahab, 21. Madon also took along his four-year-old daughter, Ismadani Madon, to be reunited with Suriani.
Suriani who eloped with her boyfriend Madon, four years ago, was brought home by KP1M to reunite with her family in Baling Kedah, on May 29.
When met by reporters, Nur Shahira, who who will pursue a Masters degree in Engineering at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), Johor for the session 2012/2013 in early September, said she really regretted what she had done.
“I really regret what I had done and I want to forget it. After this, I want to fully concentrate on my studies in UTM, Johor,” she said.
Her father, Samsuri Husin, 51, thanked the KP1M for their efforts to bring back his second child out of five siblings.
“Thank God, we managed to bring her back before raya this year. We want her (Nur Shahira) to focus on her studies. I thank Datuk Abdul Azeez and KP1M for their efforts to bring back my daughter,” he said.
Meanwhile, Abdul Azeez said there were many girls from this country in Lombok and until now, KP1M managed to bring home about 50 girls at the request of the family.
“We do not know the actual figure…but our survey found that many of our girls are in Lombok. All of them fell in love with men from Lombok when they were working here and followed them back,” he said. – BERNAMA