Two boys sue Malaysia airlines over loss of father on MH370

Two boys sue Malaysia airlines over loss of father on MH370

AP: Two Malaysian boys have launched a lawsuit against Malaysia Airlines and the government for negligence over the loss of their father in the mysterious disappearance of Flight MH370, in the first legal action over the disaster.

Jee Kinson, 13, and Jee Kinland, 11, said in the suit on Friday that when the plane dropped from the radar while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8 with 239 people on board, the civil aviation department did not try to establish contact within reasonable time.

“We have waited for eight months. After speaking to various experts, we believe we have sufficient evidence for a strong case. A big plane missing in this age of technology is really unacceptable,” their lawyer Arunan Selvaraj said.

Although Malaysia Airlines and the authorities say they are doing all they can to find the plane, Selvaraj accused authorities of failing to take responsibility over its disappearance.

“Now we are talking about what had happened on the 8th of March 2014. So we want answers, basically we want the responsible party – nobody’s coming forward – so we want answers, we want people to know what actually transpired, we want accountability, we want those who are responsible to come forward,” he said.

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