Husband of missing Indian onboard Malaysian Airlines sore over Centre’s non-response

Chandrika Sharma's husband Narendra told the Centre that no Indian Government official has contacted him about the status of passengers.

Chennai | Published:March 12, 2014 4:51 pm
Malaysia's Minister of Transport Hishamuddin Hussein give a press conference about the missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner MH370. (AP) Malaysia’s Minister of Transport Hishamuddin Hussein give a press conference about the missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner MH370. (AP)

Devastated over uncertainty surrounding the fate of his wife, one of the passengers of the missing Malaysian aircraft, K S Narendran on Wednesday came down heavily on the Centre for its ‘silence’ over the incident. Chandrika Sharma’s husband Narendra, whose family is undergoing untold suffering and anxiety, said, “No Indian Government official has contacted us so far to inform us about the status of passengers or about the mishap”.

Speaking to reporters an emotional Narendra said, “No Indian authority called us. Don’t know what government is doing. Why is India not deploying experts?” He charged the  Malaysian government with “hiding information,” and added that “lack of information is painful”.

“It is inconceivable that a plane could vanish in thin air,” he said, adding they were waiting without end between hope and hopelessness. The Beijing bound Malaysian Airlines Boeing with 239 passengers on board went missing on March 8 and efforts are still on to unravel the mystery behind its disappearance.

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    KK
    Mar 12, 2014 at 2:04 pm
    India is useless to its citizens. Check any foreign emby. They won;t respond, Their phone doesn't work. The goverment is just gauging money. Thats all they care.
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      Kochalil
      Mar 14, 2014 at 4:38 am
      India is not useless to its all citizens.di is will fight if it is an influential top bureaucrats or the son/daughter of political leaders
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