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Mongolian PM Requests Updates On Coming Altantuya's Murder Trial; December 04, 2006 20:54 PM By B. Hariharasuthan KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 4 (Bernama) -- The Prime Minister of Mongolia has instructed the Mongolian Consulate here to monitor and give the latest updates on the upcoming Altantuya Shaariibu's murder trial.
The Honorary Consul of Mongolia in Malaysia, Datuk Syed Abdul Rahman Al-Habshi (ABOVE) said that the
"I have strong believe and respect in the Malaysian judicial system and that the law will punish those who killed my daughter." This was the heartfelt message expressed by Dr Shaaribuu Setev, 56, on his daughter's murder case, which goes on trial next month. His daughterAltantuya Shaaribuu, 28, a teacher and part-time model was brutally murdered four weeks ago in Malaysia. Only fragments of bones from her body were found in a secondary forestnear the Subang Dam in Puncak Alam, Shah Alam. "Everyone, including the Mongolian people hope for a fair trial and I'm sure to see this in Malaysia because there has been no cover-up in the police investigations. "What I'm praying for is to see the mastermind and killers pay for their act. Just imagine the way they killed my daughter... I have been haunted by this tragedy every night," he told Bernama in an exclusive interview here Tuesday night. Shaariibuu also said that he would only be able to bring his daughter's remains back toMongolia when the trial was over. He said the court needed the bone fragments for evidence during the trial. "I thought of bringing her remains to Mongolia today. However, due to the legal procedures, I have to wait but I don't mind. Once the court allows me to bring them back, I will do so." He also said that the Honorary Consul of Mongolia in Malaysia, Datuk Syed Abdul Rahman Al Habshi, would monitor the entire trial and keep him informed of the latest developments of the case.

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