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KUALA LUMPUR: A post-mortem report on the death of a six-month old son of a Malaysian National News Agency (Bernama) journalist found no foul play.
Ali Imran Mohd Noordin, 30, said the Serdang Hospital authorities who conducted the post-mortem at 8.30am this morning, informed him that his son Aryaan Hafizh died of 'Sudden Infant Death Syndrome'.
"The outcome of the post-mortem by a specialist at the hospital found my son's organs functioned normally and there was no criminal act," he said when contacted by Bernama, today.
Ali Imran, a journalist at Bernama's Features Desk, said his son's remains was buried at the Taman Selaseh Phase 2 cemetery after Asar prayers today.
Aryaan Hafizh was confirmed dead at 5.50pm yesterday at the Serdang Hospital after he was brought in for treatment when he was found listless while in the care of a nursery in Jenjarum Hulu, Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi.
Ali Imran said he had no intention of taking any action against the child care centre where he had been sending his son.
He lodged a police report at the hospital yesterday following the death of Aryaan Hafizh. -- BERNAMA