She added that many Sabahans stayed at the flats, including her relatives.
“Even the sundry shop which Dirang visited the day she went missing is managed by my relative,” she said at the Seri Delima flats here.
Roselyn said some people had scolded her after Nurul Nadirah disappeared.
She understands why some people are angry, but Roselyn insisted she would never have allowed her daughter to go out alone if her safety had been in question.
Nurul Nadirah went missing on March 1. Police later recovered her slippers and a plastic bag containing items she had bought at the sundry shop at an oil palm plantation located just behind the flats.
State Welfare Department director Khatijah Abdullah said the parents of Nurul Nadirah could be charged under Section 31 of the Child Act 2001
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Al Fatihah utk Dirang, moga aman dia di sana, moga ini menjadi pengajaran buat kita semua,
jgn leka dan cuai, malang boleh terjadi dimana2,hatta dirumah sendiri pun. Keselamatan anak2 bukan perkara yg boleh kita anggap remeh, jgn sbb anak org lain selamat pergi dan balik sendirian kekedai, maka kita anggap begitu juga. Saya tak boleh bayangkan bagaimana pelaku jenayah ini tergamak membakar seorng anak kecil, sudah hilangkah perikemanusiaan dalam dirinya?? Ya Allah yg maha adil, berikan keadilan utk anak kecil ini, semoga pelaku jenayah ini, tersiksa hingga ke akhir hayatnya.....amin.