In Shah Alam's High Court on Thursday, the echo of a four-year-old road rage incident resonated through the tear-filled testimony of Qistina Ayu Rozhan. The 32-year-old widow of the late Syed Muhammad Danial Syed Syakir recounted the tragic series of events that led to her husband's untimely death, emphasizing how a simple misunderstanding and failure to control anger culminated in an irreplaceable loss.
Since the incident, Qistina has been grappling with an enduring trauma. The heartache is not just sentimental but also geographical, as she has had to repeatedly face the scene of her husband's merciless killing on her daily commute to work. The location, once an ordinary part of her journey, now stands as a daily reminder of the tragedy.
Life as a Single Mother
The sorrow deepens as Qistina narrates the hardship of single-handedly raising her daughter, who was just three months old at the time of the incident. The child, now deprived of her father's love, has unwittingly become a living testament to the consequences of unchecked anger and impulsive actions.
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