Pune: A day after the Malaysian prime minister announced that flight 370 went down in the Indian Ocean with no survivors, surviving members of Shirsath family still refused to believe that the flight had crashed. The family members also allege that there is a bigger conspiracy brewing, and that Malaysian government continues to hide vital information.
Kranti Shirsath from Pune was one of the 238 passengers onboard flight MH370, which went missing under mysterious circumstances. After search operation by various countries turned futile in tracing the whereabouts of the flight, Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak on Monday officially announced that there were no survivors of the flight, and that it has gone down in the Indian Ocean.
A day after the announcement, Kranti’s husband Prahlad said, “We still do not belive that the flight has crashed into the sea, as there is no solid evidence to prove it. I feel that is a plot, and parties including Malaysian government are involved in it, and therefore they are hiding something from us. I wish that the Malaysian government would give more specific evidences and share information with family members as well as media.”
Prahlad has urged the Indian government to pressurise the Malaysian government to reveal more information about the missing flight. “Boeing 777 is one of the safest aircraft, but the entire world does not have any clue or any idea about the flight, which is hard to believe. I feel that the Malaysian government need to be more accountable and they should come up with more solid evidences for which Indian government should pressurise Malaysian government,” Prahlad said.