MH370: Pilot's daughter blames Daily Mail for making up report

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Kuala Lumpur, April 1: Aishah Zaharie, the daughter of the pilot of the ill-fated MH 370 of the Malaysian Airline, accused renowned British tabloid 'Daily Mail' for making up an article. The paper quoted her saying that her father was unstable before the flight.

While this is not the first instance of a false report by the newspaper regarding the missing plane, this one particularly outraged the family of the captain. The report by the tabloid, on Sunday, said that the family members of captain Zaharie Ahmed Shah described him as disturbed before the flight. It further went ahead and said that Zaharie was about to divorce his wife of 30 years. Citing his wife Faizah Khanum Mustafa Khan, the tabloid said,"he stopped speaking to her in the weeks before the flight and retreated into a shell".

Aishah too was cited saying,"He wasn't the father I knew. He seemed disturbed and lost in a world of his own."

Outraged at the false quotes, Aishah in her FB profile posted,"Dear Daily Mail, You should consider making movies since you are so good at making up stories and scripts out of thin air" (as per the Malaysian portal Malaysian Insider).

She further said,"May god have mercy on your souls. You can bet your ass I will not forgive you."

The Malaysian police questioned the families of the pilot and the co-pilot of MH 370 in connection with the missing plane. However, there are no concrete evidences to implicate any one of them.

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