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Darshan the handsome lad in the picture above who was a hard working student and with a bright future, is said to have committed suicide. Do you all think he would have committed suicide or is there more to his death. If you believe he did not do it, we want to hear from you in this blog.

Why we need you

Darshan Sathian was a 16 year old student from RMC. It takes no fool to realize that in order to get into RMC one needs to be intelligent, active in sports and both physically fit and mentally strong.

The question then depicts - does someone who is mentally strong take his own life?

The answer to that would be a no brainer! The mentally strong do not take their own life. they fight till the very end. So when someone comes and says that a 16 year old who has so much potential, aspiration, hopes, dreams and the drive to succeed, took his life, you start to question what you were told.

Do yo believe everything you are told or do you seek to find the truth and uncover the mystery behind what is told to you to have been a suicide? Nothing in life is as simple as it seems so how is this any different?

Will the family and friends of Darshan ever find out what really happened to the cheerful young boy who lost his life and the closure they need?

What would we do had this happened to ones near and dear to us? Would we not feel the need to find out the truth, get answers to our questions and bring those responsible to justice more so that others do not suffer the same fate?

For those with any kind of information in relation to this - however small it may be, come forward and make the difference. Be the change you want to see in others. Justice must not only be done, it must be seen to be done.

Tuesday, 25 December 2012

I want JUSTICE

69 comments:

  1. We will all seek justice for u Darshan

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  2. Anyone who visits this blog and has some information about Darshan's death, please tell us here....

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  3. For all who knew Darshan...please join this post. We would like to hear from you.

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  4. It is hard to believe a strapping young lad such as this would resort to suicide. Pleas-lah, authorities, don;t give us some unbelievable story, just cover up something sninster. Give us the whole truth, for the sake of everybody concerened.

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  5. What's happening to our country, is there no justice anymore. What's happening in our prisons, colleges and now in schools. The lad looks like an innocent guy. What happen to him, come on guys really
    what happen to him??????????
    Do not be cowards and hide behind the veil, come out and speak out like real man. Always remember what come around goes around. It may you love ones also. Speak up you guys.

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  6. What happened is a mystery. If the real cause was known it would bring peace and acceptence to the family and lo ed ones. RMC has a moral and public responsibklity to let the facts be known.
    Dr Singh

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  7. I ON BEHALF OF EVERY PARENT WANT JUSTICE FOR THIS ADORABLE BOY!THE QUESTION IS WHY DID UTUSAN MSIA PUBLISHED IT IS SUICIDE WHEN THE POLICE HAVE YET TO COMPLETE THE SO CALLED INVESTIGATION..RAJ

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  8. Where is the justice behind this!!! We had sleepless nights when they are infants, guide them on their first steps, shower limitless love only to have all their dreams flushed down the drains. Schools are foundations where one's dreams & ambitions are build on, however this high achievers dreams was short lived. What is the point of putting all the efforts to make into such schools only to be left in the dark with no apparent answers & just BLANT REMARK by the authorities. As parent my self am ashamed with our schools & justice system. Where is this country heading to..........

    Ragendra Sandhu (RAJ)

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  9. I'm serious in it..
    I'm gonna find as much proof as I can to find justice for my baby boy Darshan ..
    I'm very disappointed at some people who fail to coperate with me..!!!!

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  10. there's nothing wrong with the truth, whether it's bad or not.... it's just that u do not HIDE it away. just spit it out...

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  11. All we want to know the truth....
    RMC owe it to all of us to come out and tell us the truth.....

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  12. To all you have written on the blog, thanks to all of you. I did not want to comment as anything to do with my son Darshan, my tears keep flowing and I cannot control my emotions. But I want to share something with all of you , as the smallest information is very important as we want justice for Darshan.
    For example with regards to Darshan's hand phone, when we ask the staff and police about Darshan's hand phone, no body knew anything about it. But I was informed by the investigating officer from Mindef, when he interrogated the students at RMC. One of them informed that, Darshan had given him the phone 3 days ( not sure on 27th or 28th July) before the incident. He had kept it in his pocket and later soaked the pants for washing. Later he had said the phone had spoiled and he throw away the phone.
    But Darshan had called us on the 28th and 29th July. Please explain to me how the phone which was spoiled (including sim card) can be used to call us.
    Secondly the officer had ask me if I am aware of some marks on his for arm. As he had said one of students had said about there were some marks whether it is bruises or not we are not aware. We are waiting for the forensic report on this.
    So all we want to know what happen to Darshan. Some of the boys which were Darshan dom mates, I spoke to when asked the Question of " Do you think Darshan would have taken his own life". The answer was NO. So what happen to him, all you RMC guys, please if you have the any ( it may the bits and pieces) information please share with us. Hope to hear from you soon. JUSTICE FOR DARSHAN.

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  13. WE MUCH PROTECT OUR CHILDREN GOING TO THIS KIND OF SCHOOL! THEN WE FIND OUR CHILDREN TAKEN THEY OWN LIFE? WHY NOBODY TAKING SERIOUS ACTION TO THIS CASE? WAKE UP!!!!!!!!! DO YOU WANT BE HAPPEN THIS AGAIN???????

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  14. Subashini Kuttappan Nair15 February 2013 at 17:11

    RMC neglected my nephew Darshan...tats wat i feel. Our 16 yr old boy whom went there with full of dreams and hopes...everything shattered. RMC packed all of his dreams n hopes in a red box with him n his belongings. Tats wat they give us in a short period of between 5 to 6 months...16 years he was with us, he was a darling and a strong will powered child. Wat happened! when he was in RMC???? RMC is supposed to mould the younger generation to be stronger, well disciplined and face the world without fear... Am i not right? Where were the securities, cctv or ny kind of protection for the BOYS... As v know, fights can happen, smoking, scandals, drugs ny kind of little Juvenal crimes can happen in boys school. My question is wat security or safety or protection are given to our child in this schools.. U mean no1 was ther when tis incident happened..."Fear of Punishment"..Who feared him n how did he know ther is such a punishment???? Why parents are not called n informed abt indiscipline or this act.... Come on for god's sake, he is only a 16 year old child...Wud not yr child do mistakes!!!!...We hv to guide them isn't it... In Darshan's case it is so minor n i'm very sure it wud be proven not guilty.. Can v get back my sister's baby...Day n night im seeing her tears...its very painful......Mentally n physically we have spoken n prepared him to join RMC military. He is from well civilized and educated family background. We have showered him with love. (Metal beams) did ny1 take photographs, videos, cctv.... ny ny kind of evidence wher we can accept his death??? No answers to all of this questions. His time of death also was falsified. Can u believe it? Wat v r going true...but i hope the truth w reveal itself. Media n publishers definitely made a mistake for publishing an innocent childs act but they hv also alerted many oth cases which occurred in RMC to the public... My Darshan's incident has definitely awaken many parents out there. Not only my sister's tears but ny child in this case its plain heart ache to the parents. Its a life...dont let another life be taken away...pls give justice to my Darshan... His lost is the biggest lost to the FAMILY, COMMUNITY and NATION. Tq.

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  15. what has taken place on 29/7/2012 time 2030hrs till 30/7/2012 0800hrs.
    in putera darshan life. the komando and the wardens who was incharge at that moment definately knows what has taken place. Allah will definately put you guys in hell for taking this innocent childs life. a big crime has taken place but well covered by RMC. HOPE WITH EVIDENCE THE TRUTH WILL BE REVEALED SOON. Putera darshan i feel sorry for what has happen to you and family.

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  16. One of the most discouraging news I've been concerned with over the past few months, was the passing of my cousin, Darshan.

    Justice For Darshan, just the right way to start something which ended with a confusion not only to immediate members but also to all those who were affected by it. Till date, family members are still longing to know what happened to Darshan, a young lad who has a promising future ahead of him. The answer given, was that he commited suicide which i think is fallacious!

    I believe that unquestioningly, we all long for ourselves to be treated fairly with dignity and respect for who we are and I believe Darshan would want to be treated with the exact same way as well. Eventhough, he's no longer around, we are representing him in Seeking Justice, for only God knows what happened on that very day he passed away.

    Losing someone like Darshan, is like losing a priceless blessing. No one can imagine the kind of grief Darshan's family is going through. Be it a big information or a small one, Im sure it will still make a difference. Im definitely doing my bit in Seeking Justice for Darshan, and I hope all those who knows a little something will play their part as well. Tq!

    -Dash @ Ani-

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  17. I know his family, eventho i have never met him. Rest in peace boy. I hope you get the justice you deserve.

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  18. To day is the 27th June 2013, it is almost a year since my dear son Darshan left us without a goodbye nor a word. What happen to Darshan is a real mystery. I longing for one more hug and to hear your voice again calling me 'D'. Darshan where ever you are, we will always love my dear. You have left us in so much of pain. There is not day which has past without you thoughts coming to my mind. I see your face the first thing in the morning and thru the day and last thing before I sleep. Every day when your thoughts come to me, my tears just flows. Only GOD know how much I miss you, Darshan. I will always love my dear Darshan my son. Why you left so suddenly, why Darshan. Sometimes I wish why god did not take me, you were so young and with so much of dreams and ambition. Where ever you are Darshan I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU till my last breath.

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  19. what happened to my big brother???He went to RMC with dreams.My army of 6 brothers is now down to 5. Its nearly a year since he left us all but no one knows what happened.Come onlah people,someone spit out the truth. shouldnt we know?? When we ask,they said he took his own live but i dont believe it.I wish to see your contagiuos smile,hug u one last time,hear you call my name,Pooja,again.you touched many lives etta. I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU. Till i see u again in heaven,i will always remember you

    POOJA

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    1. That is so sweet. Darshan is such an amazing person. I never had the chance to meet him but from the stories a friend told me he sounds like an amazing person. I know how much he means to you Pooja

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  20. Dear darshan......this is from cheriamma to you.i am sure you can see this.
    one year has gone by in a wink of an eye but you are never far from my mind and thoughts.
    We miss you very much. Miss your smiles and hugs.
    but i guess you are better off where you are with our maker.
    Not fair that you have left us early.....but i have no answers for that.
    Love you dah.

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  21. you all just wasting your time. this will surely been hide under the carpet. how many murder has taking place in RMC so far and how many of it has been properly investigated? i am pretty sure that someone from higher authority will come to darshan family and instruct the families to keep their mouth shut on this matter or bear the consequences... just like what happen in the previous case. do you still remember Mohammad Naim Mustaqim Mohamad Sobri??? what happened to his murderer now?

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  22. during my time there is no such thing like this. I also don't know what had happened to all of them. My suggestion, please RMC, strengthen back the rules and regulations plus, give the students a strong exposure to religion.

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  23. Dear parents of Darshansathian
    I don't know where to start. I too am a parent of a child his age. I cry with you for all the evil that destroys good people like him. I cry with you. There is no difference between one child and another. All are precious in God's sight. I did not read his case in the papers. I missed it. I don't know what he is supposed to have done . After reading the blog it seems he did something wrong? How dare they speak in his absence when he cannot defend himself? How dare they hush it up calling it a suicide, making him out to be some troubled person. It is bad enough that his parents are in such pain but now som e quarters are adding salt to their wound.
    If what I read in the blog is correct ie he called his parents on his phone but some kid says he gave the phone to him and he washed it in the laundry.... What rubbish! Who will give their handphone away for no reason? Please ask the mobile service provider to give details of any number or SMS sent by him. They will have the records even if the sim or phone is spoilt. They did it in Altantuya's case. They can do it here.

    My gut feeling is he did not commit suicide. And I would like to raise this issue- if he actually committed suicide, someone must have bullied or traumatized him so much that he temporarily did not know what he was doing.. So the person or persons who made him do it
    areMURDERERS. Happy and well adjusted kids don't give up just like that.
    I will pray that justice be done. An innocent life has been lost.

    Dear parents, no one can take your grief away. But I pray God will wipe away your tears and give you rest from your grief
    God bless

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  24. I met Darshan last year, we spent very little time together but I was instantly impressed by his wonderful personality. He was a happy, cheerful, funny and lovely boy. I remember him telling me his plans for the future. He had so wonderful hopes and dreams. I pray his soul rests in peace and his family and friends get the answers they deserve. I'll never forget you, Darshan.

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  25. please don't blame RMC.only Putera know what happen in there.

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    1. Okay, so now tell us what happened. Please enlighten us since you clearly know things we don't.

      ohh wait...whats that..hesistation? u cant answer me? why not? hiding something?

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  26. Darshan was one of the participant from RMC that joined the Johor International Student Leaders Conference last year, he was so full of life. He was always ready to lend a helping hand, he loved being in RMC and had high hopes for his future. He was an amazing participant and he bonded very well with all of the Johor Student Leaders, we felt like he was apart of us. You are deeply missed, Darshan.

    -Johor Student Leaders Council

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  27. Rmc should select the best from the best to become rmc students. The selected best students wont commit suicide, they wont succumb in life at rmc, they wont even complain about their life at rmc. Okay maybe a bit complain, but they still will continue their life and face the challenges. Maybe the selection process of rmc students should be scrutinized again so they would pick the best of the best; the hardcore man who is a man. And they should also reform any systems that are already not contemporary.

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    1. This boy.. he loved it. U throw anything at him and he smiles and takes it whole. Pain meant nothing to him. He never complained bout pain.. it was more letting us know that "Guys im getting this pain but i like it cause im learning from it".. Never did he say no.

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  28. stop blaming rmc for what had happened. the comandant, staff and even the senior had tried their best to keep the junior safe. even heavy punishment had been stopped since their batch joined the college. only light punishment to keep them dicipline. the night before darshan death, i chit chat with him when we on our way back to our dorm. he looks normal. no sign of what he going to do next. i am aslo shock because darshan was like a friend of me although im a senior oh his..

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    1. safe? safe from what...

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  29. I m deeply shocked. I read the obituary today and saw a good looking boy and when I read what was written I was moved to tears. My son is of the same age now and I cannot imagine the hell the parents n family are going through. May god give them the strength to overcome this unspeakable sorrow. May darshan's soul rest in peace and May justice prevail.

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  30. I am an Old Putra from RMC, I spend my 4 long years there. Selected ones are the cream. RMC train us to be mentally, physically, and intellectually strong. One should not blame the system that had been running even before the independence of Malaya. Blame the bad apples that has caused the death. Kids nowadays are not mentally prepared. RMC gives the best to their putras to guide them, serve to lead. The selection of putras should be hand pick and scrutinized properly. However, my deepest condolences to the boy's family. It is a great lost.

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    1. Maybe its not the system..as u say its the bad apples..however, maybe in this case its not the students. U can ask every one of the people that knew this kid. Strong to the core, heart of gold and the will of fire. He had the pyschological strength to face anything. He loved the school so do you think that all of this, 15 years of hardwill can be broken overnight?

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  31. My tears flowed when I saw the obituary in the paper. I m not sure about the case but I deeply saddened by his news.
    To loose a child is the most distressing for any parent but not knowing the reason is much worse.

    To the parents and family of Darshan, my heartfelt condolence to this lost.

    No amount of words can ease the pain, but its my sincere prayers that justice is done to the person who had in anyway involved to this incident.
    May his soul rest in peace and all of you find peace and strength to carry on with your life. May God Bless all of you.

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  32. So, the ACCUSATION against RMC is based on:
    1)a lost mobile phone/sim card
    2)marks on his arm
    3)timing of Utusan Malaysia report

    And there also ACCUSATIONS that IF Darshan was driven to suicide, those who drove him are murderers.

    So, RMC received some ACCUSATIONS. As we are in the mood to ACCUSE, allow me to make things more colourful:
    1) RMC is a tough place. It's physical, it's psychological, it's tiring, it's demanding. That's the formula in creating leaders. It's like a factory.
    As much as the formula is prone to flaws, I'd like to suggest that the candidates is flawed, perhaps he seems OK on the outside, but inside, cracks like an egg shell. (if you can ACCUSE flaw in the institution, why can't I ACCUSE flaw in the candidate?)

    2) And if the candidate had so much problems, where was the family? Why didn't he get in touch with them and tell them his problems?


    I APOLOGIZES for making these insensitive comments during your time of despair, but I make NO APOLOGIES for trying to discredit your unfounded accusations made against an institution that brought me up!

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    1. Thank you for your comments, Just to start with it is one (1) year since my son has left us. Till to date (31/07/2013), I have yet to receive the postmortem report. The police and Hospital is making a go around.
      Secondly, the police had informed me the body had been brought down by the Putera's thinking he is still alive.
      But when Mindef senior officers did the investigation. I was informed the Putera did not do anything, they did was informed the staff (army personal) and they brought down the body before the police came. WHY ???. They are trained personnel's who should not have tampered with evident. And also please do read a comment from his senior, who was with him the night before he died, he had cit cat and he seems he was normal. He spoke to us and discuss for his trip back for Hari Raya Holidays. We also spoke to his tuition teacher, who was with him on 29th July 2012 (2.30 pm to 4.30 pm), He had said he was normal and talked about doing better in Ad maths as he desire was to be a chemical engineer. Sir been an OP, if these was the circumstances if your love was, what would be your thoughts.
      ACCUSATIONS stem from inconsistent reports from the authorities of what happen that fateful day...perhaps you can explain what happened to my son in the institution that brought you up...Darshan's Father

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    2. We share your immense grief and sorrow and I know that words alone won't heal your pain but it is only words and prayers that we can offer. I am incensed by the Old Putra's comments for his blatant and unreasonable defence of the RMC.The RMC is but a shadow of its old self. I think it was Darshan's misfortune that led him there. Way back in 1975 when I was already in Form Four, I received an offer to attend a week's interview at the RMC in Sungei Besi. I clearly remember that one of the seniors making a remark that if our parents could afford a tertiary education (I presume an overseas tertiary education),then it was advisable not to join the college. Fortunately,I did not have to make a decision because I was diagnosed as colour blind. The only one among my schoolmates who was selected returned after a month's stay there. Later at university, I was hardly impressed by the quality of the leadership shown by some of the Old Putras.

      RMC is certainly not spared from the rot that has set in, in many of our government institutions. Why didn't the authorities alert the parents if the child had problems? Shouldn't the young lad be counselled? Any experienced teacher worth his salt would be able to notice a child with problems and I am saying this from first hand experience. There is no way that a 16 year old could mask his troubles in such a way that it goes unnoticed forever!

      It is plain callousness on the part of RMC. And look at the way they have chosen to deal with the parents quest for an explanation; choosing to sweep everything under the carpet! How can the RMC claim to groom elite leadership for the country when they themselves are devoid of noble leadership. Leadership also demands that one owns up to mistakes and find ways to rectify it.Expose the wrong doers and get them to own up to their mistakes. Moving forward, Mr Sathian, my suggestion would be to meet your local assemblyman or MP and get him to take up the issue, if necessary with the media as well, on your predicament in getting the post mortem report. The post mortem report is the first step before you can begin to unravel the mystery behind Darshan's demise. I hope that I have been of some assistance here.

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    3. Good comment his parents are fucking useless bump only know a short cut to escape their stupidity

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    4. WHAT KIND OF A SICK PERSON ARE YOU?WHAT DID U EXPECT HIS PARENTS TO DO? WHAT BRING HIM BACK FROM THE DEAD IS IT? IT IS EASY FOR U TO SAY THINGS BUT ONCE IT HAPPENS TO AOMEONE U LOVE DEARLY THEN AND ONLY THEN U WILL UNDERSTAND THE PAIN. SO DON'T JUST TALK ONLY CAUSE U DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY MIGHT BE GOING TROUGHT. FACING THE FACT THAT THEY HAVE LOST A SON IS NOT A SMALL THING OK.

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  33. Be strong ..time heals everything. I had a cousin bro who died sometime back mysteriously one night after outing with his friends. He was found dead the next day morning in a drain outside someones house 400 meters away from his home. C.O.D = blunt trauma to chest caused internal bleeding to his cardiac which is consistent with the injury caused by hitting one's chest against the drain wall and physical evidence where found he was bleeding through his nose when they retrieved his body.According to P.M.R there were no other physical injuries. But how did he ended up in the drain? Did he fell himself or somebody pushed him that night? What was he doing there at that time? None of his acquaintance staying there.The friends told they dropped him at his house entrance that night at about 1:00a.m. and this was consistent with his father's statement where he heard him opening the front door grill at about that time. Then why did he went out of his house after that and ended up dead? Mystery!! The owner of the house where he was found dead told they didn't hear anything except for some dogs were barking which was normal. They first found his leg jolting up the drain the next morning 7:00a.m when they about to leave the house and when came closer they saw his body lying with face down in the drain.He was 19 then and the only son to his parents , brilliant boy and graduated.Even till today the mother(my aunt) will shed tears whenever she sees his cousins who were used to be with him then. But God is so loving gave her(my aunt) back what she had lost(her son) in the form of a grandson to whom his sister gave birth to recently.My advance sincere apology if the above story have offended you in any way.Take good and extra care of your other kids. Some times we have to P.U.S.H Pray Until Something Happens.

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  34. It came to my attention on the NST for his first year anniversary. Indeed sadden by how LORD has taken him, probably for the good reason that GOD loved him more than any one else. I pray for his soul to be RIP and for the family members to remain calm and strong and keep loving him in close. RMC being one of the prominent school for Arm Forces in Malaysia now has spoil and sluggishly managed its reputation. I hope justice will reveal the truth and the sinner to suffer in near future - karma will haunt...

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  35. Be strong, I read the obituary very late last night and this beautiful face really caught my eyes and wanted to know what happened to this beautiful child. My heart really goes out to the family and there is really no words that will console but TIME to heal and PRAYERs for the living and the departed soul that there is always PEACE.
    Here, freed from pain, secure from misery, lies
    A child, the darling of his parents' eyes:
    A gentler lamb n'er sported on the plain,
    A fairer flower will never bloom again:
    Few were the days allotted to his breath;
    Now let him sleep in peace his night of death

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  36. Dear PUTRAS AND EX PUTRAS from Rmc who has commented on this blog of my son Putra Darshan. All the while I kept in silent till I wrote the memoraim and read the feedback on this blog. First of all thank you very much. I am Yasoda Putra Darshan mother. He is my eldest boy. I am working In a Hospital for the past 25 years. Being in the medical field, I knew communications is very important. My son calls me alternate days. I spoke to my son on 29th July 2012 at 0815 till 0845hrs. Not even a slightest changes in his voice he is in distress. At 0800hrs 30th July 2013 the Komando call me to ask for his father. That VOICE WHO CALLED ME WAS IN DISTRESS. IS STILL RINGING IN MY EARS.

    I am not blaming RMC at all. What I want is why this child of mind was neglected in RMC if he has a problem. If he had discipline problem WHY ONE PHONE CALL TO ME AND SAY COME NOW TAKE YOUR CHILD FROM RMC. I would have gone immediately. THE PRINCIPLE OF THE SCHOOL ? YOur student having a issue what should you have done . BUT HERE YOU SENT HIS BODY IN A RED BOX TO ME. THE NEXT DAY THERE IS A LETTER FROM RMC SAYING PLEASE COME OVER AND DISCUSS ISSUE ON PUTRA DARSHAN. For what after he is gone. When the Darshan dad approach you the princicple say I dont know anything please ask higher authority.

    Dear Putras by blaming RMC I am not going to get my son back. But I feel so sad that there is not even one soul IN RMC who did not help my son for a issue which till now I am in darkness. My son was trained by a ex RMC Putra who is a teacher in his previous school in order to get into this school. Till today he say YA ALLAH AND TEARING.

    I want Justice for my Putra Darshan for not getting proper COUNSELLING,GUIDANCE AND SAFETY in RMC.
    I kept him for 16 years in my arms and 5 months i released to RMC this is what I get. If he is in trouble why why why no counselling or CALL THE PARENTS!!! Whatever mistake or indispline there is a proper way. He is still a child mentally and physically.

    Dear Ex Putra and Putras who know my son whom has a name over there "SADUK" while 5 months there. SADUK is strong. So my son PUTRA DARSHAN IS A STRONG YOUNG MAN .

    Well now he is gods child, but I must get justice for him. The komando who manage my sons well being there in RMC has been transfered out immediately. I have one wish is to communicate with him , as a mother I would like to hear from him personnaly what has exactly happen. If he is reading this blog my email is y_dhr@yahoo.com.sg.Hope the ex kommando will enlighten me as it is very very painful still.

    THANK YOU AGAIN TO ALL THE PUTRAS WHO HAS COMMENTED ON THIS BLOG AND ALSO TO ALL WHO IS SEEKING JUSTICE FOR PUTRA DARSHAN. GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU.


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    1. We share your immense grief and sorrow and I know that words alone won't heal your pain but it is only words and prayers that we can offer. I am incensed by the Old Putra's comments for his blatant and unreasonable defence of the RMC.The RMC is but a shadow of its old self. I think it was Darshan's misfortune that led him there. Way back in 1975 when I was already in Form Four, I received an offer to attend a week's interview at the RMC in Sungei Besi. I clearly remember that one of the seniors making a remark that if our parents could afford a tertiary education (I presume an overseas tertiary education),then it was advisable not to join the college. Fortunately,I did not have to make a decision because I was diagnosed as colour blind. The only one among my schoolmates who was selected returned after a month's stay there. Later at university, I was hardly impressed by the quality of the leadership shown by some of the Old Putras.

      RMC is certainly not spared from the rot that has set in, in many of our government institutions. Why didn't the authorities alert the parents if the child had problems? Shouldn't the young lad be counselled? Any experienced teacher worth his salt would be able to notice a child with problems and I am saying this from first hand experience. There is no way that a 16 year old could mask his troubles in such a way that it goes unnoticed forever!

      It is plain callousness on the part of RMC. And look at the way they have chosen to deal with the parents quest for an explanation; choosing to sweep everything under the carpet! How can the RMC claim to groom elite leadership for the country when they themselves are devoid of noble leadership. Leadership also demands that one owns up to mistakes and find ways to rectify it.Expose the wrong doers and get them to own up to their mistakes. Moving forward, Mr Sathian, my suggestion would be to meet your local assemblyman or MP and get him to take up the issue, if necessary with the media as well, on your predicament in getting the post mortem report. The post mortem report is the first step before you can begin to unravel the mystery behind Darshan's demise. I hope that I have been of some assistance here.

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  37. Im so sad to read about this boy..i understand how it feels becoz i just lost 2 of my family member.whatever happened to the boy...karma will prevail for those happenings.god is there.my prayers are for him and his family member.whatever has happened...remember that god is watching and he knows it all..

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  38. I just came across abt Darshan's death in the obituary. Its so sad to see a young boy who has a long way to go passing away suddenly. How come this news was not published in the media?Mr Sathian the only way to get some clue and justice for Darshan is to get the post mortem report soonest. I cant imagine what the family is going thru at this moment of time. Where ever you are Darshan please rest in peace. Hope there will be justice for your death....

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  39. Can this be true ?

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  40. Jeno/Hema Thanuj/Preetha2 August 2013 at 21:09

    I am Jeno, an uncle of Darshan. He left us so suddenly without saying goodbye.For the past one year I have seen my brother and sister in law suffering every day and night trying to move on.

    I read with interest the comments by family, friends and well wishers.There were also some who in trying to defend RMC were insensitive to the feelings of the boy's family members.It's always easy to comment when you are not in the same shoes.

    I remeber Darshan as a quiet boy, smiling even in adversity and very ambitious.There arises the question, if he did actually take his own life, why would he throw away all the good things ahead of him ? There are many unanswered questions that we as family would like to know so that there can be a closure to all this.

    I wish that the auhtorities will assist in providing all the evidence and especially the post mortem report so that we can live on with fond memories of this wonderful boy.

    My family and I pray for his soul to rest in peace.

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  41. from what i gather from tis blog. the post mortem report after a year still not receive and if the report is avialable after a year will it be the exact investigation done or a fabricated report. A year to get it is ridicalous! I dont get it ? How long does a post mortem result takes? . If we have to wait for a year gracious god there will so many waiting list.......god bless u my boy and RIP.

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  42. I am a discipline teacher in a secondary school for the past 13 years. Any disciplinary case of students, the school should be inform the parents immediately. The school also must inform the parents about the action taken and the punishment given. While the school is also have responsibility of the students safety. In this case the RMC is wholly responsible of Darshan’s safety. I just did not understand why the family never take any legal actions against the responsible party.

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  43. RMC should be 4 Malay only other races that entered RMC should be killed.

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    1. MAY YOU BURN IN HELL

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    2. Dont you have a heart!!!

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    3. U R DEFINITELY NOT A MALAYSIAN. MALAYSIANS ALL KNOW WHAT 1MALAYSIA STANDS FOR AND THEY R NOT RACIST LIKE U. U DON'T DESERVE TO LIVE

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    4. Yup agreed should be like MCKK only for malay or bumiputras and muslims

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    1. If you him by the name of Sadok, so you are also from RMC, because only guys in RMC knows him by this name. What happen to Sadok, please en light us to what happen to HIM that is DARSHAN @ SADOK..........!!!!!!!!

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  45. im shocked wen i read all de post..
    i wil try to help n may darshan's soul rest in peace...
    aunty n uncle(prnts of darshan) pls get de post mortem fast...mke sre u knew wat is de course of jis death...
    life is precious n darshan's lfe jst gone lke tht..
    im totally disspnted wth wat the ppl in chrge answred..!!
    i wil pray 4 darshan...always n with god's bless...
    de justce wil be revealed..!
    jai anjeneyar..!

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  46. I miss you my big brother. Its been two years already yet no one knows what really happened. I will always love you. When you left you took have of me with you. Till we meet again....

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  47. I am so sorry for your lost. Although I have never met Darshan and from the stories that my friend has told me he seems like a great guy.

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  48. Darshan was a great son,brother,cousin,friend and an alrounded guy. He was also a great person to talk to when you have a problem and don't know what to do. Even if he did not know how to solve it he would at least be there to listen to what ever problems you have and always kept it as a secret. If i could go back in time to change anything in the world i would stop darshan from doing what he did. I am sorry for your lost.

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    1. Thank you. Darshans mum here. i did not open the blog for the year 2014. Just cant read all the negative comments some have commented. Is all because the negligent of the school, teacher ,headmaster, warden and the COMMANDO. Only five months i let my son be there. If only one of them call me ???? . One phone call form the headmaster or the commando. My son Darshan will be with me in this 2015 . Really sad.

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    2. Im sorry for your loss madam. Im a senior of darshan and i didn't know that the authority didn't published his post mortem. I really sorry for your loss.

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    3. If you Darshan's senior kindly let us know. What really happened to Darshan. Sorry this Darshan's dad here

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    4. If you Darshan's senior kindly let us know. What really happened to Darshan. Sorry this Darshan's dad here

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  49. I am a senior of darshan, i am really sorry for your lost. Physical abuse in rmc is a norm not only by seniors but by military officers and teachers as well.. and it's still happening in rmc even by teachers such as Fakhrul Razi who strangled someone who is sleeping last year because of suspected smoking. I hope one day that rmc can be reform to the right path.. Physical abuse is soemthing that should be stopped..

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    1. Well Darshan death is still mysterious. He is a strong boy. Saduk as they claim him. He was with his friends till 12mn.He call his mum and spoke to her and plan to come back home, What would have happen in a short period of time, IS STILL A
      MYSTERY WHICH CANNOT BE SOLVE.

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