Thursday, August 5, 2010

Former Selangor assemblyman and female aide shot dead(Datuk Abd Aziz Mohd Noh & Siti Rohana Ismad)

 picture credit to mizz_aurora from cari forum

PETALING JAYA: Former Selangor assemblyman Datuk Abdul Aziz Mohd Noh, 64, and his aide Siti Rohana Ismad, 43, died after being shot in the head near Sg Buloh at about 11am on Tuesday.

Police believe that it was a murder-cum-suicide,

The ex-Permatang assemblyman was driving the car at the time of the shooting and the Toyota Caldina went out of control and crashed into a divider on the North-South Expressway at Km455 heading towards Ipoh.

It is learnt that the bullets were discharged from a .38 pistol belonging to Abdul Aziz, which was found in the vehicle.

Selangor police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar said there were only two people in the car when the incident transpired and witnesses at the scene also denied the presence of third party.

“We believe it is a murder-cum-suicide. The case is being investigated under Section 302 of the Penal Code for murder,” he said.

He said there was one gunshot wound on Abdul Aziz’s head and two on Siti Rohana’s head when their bodies were discovered.

Siti Rohana was also Tanjung Karang deputy Wanita chief.

Initial investigation revealed the shots were fired from inside of the car.

DCP Khalid also said there were two live bullets in the gun when they found it in the car.

A post-mortem report showed that Abdul Aziz and Siti Rohana died due to the gun wounds.

Meanwhile, Abdul Aziz’s son Mohd Anis Hashim, 33, said his father always carried a gun with him for safety purposes.

Former Permatang assemblyman Datuk Abdul Aziz Mohd Noh was shot dead on Tuesday morning. -Picture by SIN CHEW

He said Abdul Aziz left their home in Section 9 Shah Alam at about 9am and headed to his office at Jalan 16/11, Petaling Jaya.

Abdul Aziz is said to have met Siti Rohana in his office before leaving for Tanjung Karang.

“He parked his car at the office before boarding Rohana’s car for the trip,” said Mohd Anis, who is a Selangor Umno Youth exco member.

Abdul Aziz was elected as Permatang assemblyman in the 2004 general election after he defeated PKR’s Samry Masri.

Mohd Anis said he received a call at about 11.30am from a family member informing him about the tragedy.

Abdul Aziz leaves behind his wife Datin Siti Fatimah Md Nor, 62, three children and four grandchildren.

The family claimed Abdul Aziz’s body on Tuesday evening from the Sungai Buloh Hospital and was buried at the Seksyen 9 Muslim cemetery in Shah Alam on Tuesday evening.

Siti Rohana, who hails from Kampung Sungai Gulang-Gulang in Tanjung Karang was unmarried and none of her family members were seen at the hospital.

It is learnt that her remains would be sent to her hometown for burial

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