Malaysia says not hiding crucial information on plane
Kuala Lumpur: The Malaysian government on Saturday said it was not hiding any crucial information related to the crashed airliner from the public as suggested by opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim.
Secretary-general of the ruling United Malay National Organisation (UMNO) party Adnan Tengku Mansor said it was a tragedy no one had hoped for in the first place and felt it was baseless for Anwar to say that crucial information was hidden.
Anwar was quoted in Britain`s The Telegraph as saying the Malaysian government had deliberately concealed information on the Beijing-bound Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 that went mysteriously missing after taking-off from Kuala Lumpur.
Describing Anwar as a "crazy chap", the Federal Territories Minister also said the public should be rational and assess the news that have been given by the relevant authorities on the tragedy.
He hoped the people would understand that the government was doing its best to locate the Boeing 777-200ER.
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