Three of Indonesian workers from West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) were shoot dead in Malaysia in unnatural conditions. They are suspected to be victims of human organs trafficking.
The third TKI, as written in the press release of Migrant Care, on Sunday (4/22/2012), respectively Herman, Abdul Kadir Jaelani, and Mad Noon. They were repatriated from Malaysia on April 5, 2012 in a state of lifeless. They allegedly were victims of human organ trafficking.
According to Executive Director of Migrant Care Anis Hidayah, these allegations originated from the testimony of the family.
“In the third body remains were found improper stitching, which in both eyes, chest and lower abdomen,” he said.
Meanwhile, a certificate from the Embassy in Kuala Lumpur number 0817/SK-JNH/04/2012, 0818/SK-JNH/04/2012 numbers, and numbers, signed 0819/SK-JNH/04/2012 Budiarso Heru (Second Secretary Consular Affairs) does not check for the causes of death of the three TKIs.
Above allegations, accompanied by their families and Migrant CARE Koslata planned to meet citizen & BHI Protection Directorate Ministry of Foreign Affairs to seek clarification as well as accountability for the case.
According to Anis, the case becomes a real test of the implementation of the ratification of the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families recently passed.