KUALA LUMPUR, March 9 – The government will review all protocols involved at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and is prepared to increase protocols and security if there is a need, said Prime Minister Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. Commenting on the possibility of elements of terrorist threat in the disappearance of the Malaysian Airlines (MAS) Flight MH370 aircraft, he said the government would not draw any conclusions without firm evidence. “
There is no firm evidence now, just a lot of theories flying around. We are forced to find all possible leads and must investigate before making a conclusion,” he told reporters after opening the 2014 National Unity programme here, Sunday. The missing of Flight MH370 since Saturday took an added twist when Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) director-general Datuk Azaharuddin Abdul Rahman Sunday confirmed that two passengers had used fake passports when boarding the aircraft.
In a follow-up, Defence Minister and Acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein said Malaysia had informed anti-terrorist agencies in several countries about the two passengers. Till now, the fate of the aircraft, a Boeing 777 200 ER, is unknown. There were 227 passengers from 14 countries aboard the plane including 38 Malaysians and 12 crew. The plane was heading to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur when it went missing at 1.30am Saturday, about an hour after take off.