Minister of Transport, Anthony Loke Siew Fook, visited the family of e-hailing driver Sharipuddin Shaari, 53, who lost his life in the plane crash incident in Elmina, Section U16, Shah Alam, last Thursday.
Through his official Facebook account, he shared a photo of himself with the victim’s family.
“This morning, I visited and provided some personal assistance to the family of one of the victims who perished in the plane crash in Elmina, Shah Alam two days ago.
“The victim was an e-hailing driver who happened to pass through the accident site when the incident occurred,” he wrote.
According to his post, representatives from Grab were also present and will assist in the insurance claims process for the victim’s family.
“The incident was extremely tragic and heartbreaking. The government will do its best to assist in the welfare aspects of the victims’ families.
“Our condolences to all the families of the victims who lost their lives,” he said.
According to Berita Harian, Grab Malaysia announced earlier that they will assist the deceased delivery rider’s family with the insurance claiming process.
They will also provide help to the family using funds from Grab Partner Zakat, contributions from the company and the delivery rider’s community.
See the post here.