Declassification of ‘Double Six’ crash report will end all speculation, says Azis Jamman

THE KOTA KINABALU As per Datuk Azis Jamman, the declassification of the “Twofold Six” misfortune will stop all hypothesis with respect to the accident on June 6, 1976, which brought about the passings of five Sabah Bureau clergymen and six others.

The misfortune, which likewise brought about Tun Fuad Stephens’ demise at that point, was a secret to numerous Sabahans, as per the data head of Parti Warisan.

He said in an explanation on Wednesday (April 5): “The National Government’s choice to declassify the report that killed five Sabah bureau serves very nearly a long time back is a positive development.”

Azis expressed that numerous Sabahans will be satisfied by State head Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s declaration since they have sat tight a long time for the report.

He expressed that various Sabahans are as yet tormented by the misfortune and have since asked about the occurrence’s objective.

During the yearly service to recall the people who lost their lives in the mishap, Azis expressed that inquiries and hypothesis would emerge.

Anwar made the declaration on April 5 that the Vehicle Service would distribute the total report the next week.
He expressed that the choice had been made by the Bureau to serve the casualties’ families and Sabahans.

The report, regardless of what it contained, would be acknowledged by the Sabah government, as per Boss Pastor Datuk Seri Hajiji Noor.

He said in a proclamation on Wednesday, “The Bureaucratic Bureau’s choice to declassify the last report as soon as possible Six plane accident that killed 11 individuals is a consolation, including the Berjaya state government pioneer Tun Fuad Stephens in 1976.”

“Since it will uncover what really unfolded that day, this is a consolation. It is a consolation, for the travelers’ families as well as for individuals of Sabah,” he expressed.

Lu Yen Tung, head of the Sabah MCA, said that this was uplifting news for individuals of Sabah since they reserve the privilege to understand what happened that day.

State pastors Datuk Salleh Sulong, Datuk Peter Mojuntin, Chong Thien Vun, state associate clergyman Darius Binion, long-lasting secretary Datuk Wahid Peter Andau of the Sabah Money Service, Isak Atan (confidential secretary to Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, who was then finance serve), Kpl Said Mohammad (guardian to Fuad), pilot Capt Gandhi Nathan, and Fuad’s oldest child Johari Stephen

They were flying from Labuan to Kota Kinabalu when the plane crashed in Sembulan as it was moving toward the air terminal.

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