SB to probe into MH192 incident

CRISIS LANDING: Hisham gives MAS 2 days to present report to cabinet

SEPANG: THE Special Branch (SB) has been asked to launch a study into the aborted Bangalore-bound Malaysia Air carriers flight MH192, which was forced to change for an emergency landing at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) yesterday.

The intelligence agency, that is empowered to acquire and develop cleverness on internal and external threats to the country, including sabotage, will work with the Section of Civil Aviation to not just look into the case of MH192, but additionally isolate possibilities other than that the incident might have occurred because of a mechanical problem.

Acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein stated the investigation would help the particular ministry in determining the cause of the particular incident, as well as the possibility of sabotage.

This likelihood, he stated, could not be discounted, following “incidences” that had struck the national carrier in recent weeks.

“We are looking at every possibility and, in fact , I have directed the authorities, especially SB, to get the probe going immediately.

“Our standard operation procedure (SOP), as with MH370, has not changed, and any prospects that we have must be verified and corroborated. ”

Inspector-General associated with Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said Bukit Aman would cover all angles as officers from the federal police headquarters probed into the case. They will focus on whether there were elements of sabotage.

SB is empowered to analyze information and advise departments and agencies, both in the force as well as other related ones, on courses associated with action.

Hishammuddin stated the Transport Ministry would evaluation the SOP of the national carrier’s flights to prevent such incidents through recurring. He gave MAS 2 days to present a preliminary report to the cupboard.

MAS, he stated, had no reason to hold off doing so, as the Boeing 737-800 experienced landed safely, unlike MH370, which usually had yet to found as it went missing on March 6.

“Although MAS falls under the responsibility of its (major stakeholder) Khazanah Nasional (Bhd), we want the particular incident to be brought before the cupboard immediately.

“I offered them (MAS) two days and I need the preliminary report because this is not an aircraft that disappeared to the Indian Ocean. We cannot avoid speculation from being fuelled with this borderless world.

“What I want are answers, the kind of answers I do not see (that) can not be brought to the cabinet in the next one or two days, ” he said right after meeting MH192’s crew at KLIA’s Flight Management Building after the aircraft had landed, about four hrs after it took off from the airport.

Earlier, Hishammuddin went to the passengers, who were brought to KLIA’s gate G2 on the arrival ground after being evacuated from the airplane. They were transferred to nearby hotels in three buses.

He said the passengers had expressed their relief and gratitude towards the flight’s crew for their leadership and professionalism.

“I want to take the opportunity to extend my appreciation (as) everyone on board is safe.

“I must give credit score to Captain (Nor) Adam (Azmi Abd Razak) and the rest of the crew, who handled the situation well. inch

The aircraft has been forced to turn back to KLIA right after it was discovered that one of its tyres experienced burst after it took off on 10. 09pm on Sunday.

MAS said the initial was alerted by Kuala Lumpur Air Traffic Control that tyre debris was found on the runway.

The MAS Operations Control Centre (OCC) was immediately alerted of the find at 10. 25pm. The plane was then told to return to KLIA.

“Airport Fire Rescue Services (personnel) had been deployed as soon as the pilot was advised to turn back to KLIA by the OCC, ” said MAS in a declaration.

The 159 people and seven crew on board had been unscathed after the plane landed on 1 . 56am.


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CRISIS LANDING: Hisham gives MAS 2 days to present report to cabinet

SEPANG: THE Special Branch (SB) has been asked to launch a study into the aborted Bangalore-bound Malaysia Air carriers flight MH192, which was forced to change for an emergency landing at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) yesterday.

The intelligence agency, that is empowered to acquire and develop cleverness on internal and external threats to the country, including sabotage, will work with the Section of Civil Aviation to not just look into the case of MH192, but additionally isolate possibilities other than that the incident might have occurred because of a mechanical problem.

Acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein stated the investigation would help the particular ministry in determining the cause of the particular incident, as well as the possibility of sabotage.

This likelihood, he stated, could not be discounted, following “incidences” that had struck the national carrier in recent weeks.

“We are looking at every possibility and, in fact , I have directed the authorities, especially SB, to get the probe going immediately.

“Our standard operation procedure (SOP), as with MH370, has not changed, and any prospects that we have must be verified and corroborated. ”

Inspector-General associated with Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said Bukit Aman would cover all angles as officers from the federal police headquarters probed into the case. They will focus on whether there were elements of sabotage.

SB is empowered to analyze information and advise departments and agencies, both in the force as well as other related ones, on courses associated with action.

Hishammuddin stated the Transport Ministry would evaluation the SOP of the national carrier’s flights to prevent such incidents through recurring. He gave MAS 2 days to present a preliminary report to the cupboard.

MAS, he stated, had no reason to hold off doing so, as the Boeing 737-800 experienced landed safely, unlike MH370, which usually had yet to found as it went missing on March 6.

“Although MAS falls under the responsibility of its (major stakeholder) Khazanah Nasional (Bhd), we want the particular incident to be brought before the cupboard immediately.

“I offered them (MAS) two days and I need the preliminary report because this is not an aircraft that disappeared to the Indian Ocean. We cannot avoid speculation from being fuelled with this borderless world.

“What I want are answers, the kind of answers I do not see (that) can not be brought to the cabinet in the next one or two days, ” he said right after meeting MH192’s crew at KLIA’s Flight Management Building after the aircraft had landed, about four hrs after it took off from the airport.

Earlier, Hishammuddin went to the passengers, who were brought to KLIA’s gate G2 on the arrival ground after being evacuated from the airplane. They were transferred to nearby hotels in three buses.

He said the passengers had expressed their relief and gratitude towards the flight’s crew for their leadership and professionalism.

“I want to take the opportunity to extend my appreciation (as) everyone on board is safe.

“I must give credit score to Captain (Nor) Adam (Azmi Abd Razak) and the rest of the crew, who handled the situation well. inch

The aircraft has been forced to turn back to KLIA right after it was discovered that one of its tyres experienced burst after it took off on 10. 09pm on Sunday.

MAS said the initial was alerted by Kuala Lumpur Air Traffic Control that tyre debris was found on the runway.

The MAS Operations Control Centre (OCC) was immediately alerted of the find at 10. 25pm. The plane was then told to return to KLIA.

“Airport Fire Rescue Services (personnel) had been deployed as soon as the pilot was advised to turn back to KLIA by the OCC, ” said MAS in a declaration.

The 159 people and seven crew on board had been unscathed after the plane landed on 1 . 56am.

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