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Deceased sailor wanted to quit due to stress, says wife

IPOH: Deceased Navy personnel Nik Muhammad Baihaqy Nik Mat was stressed at work and planned to quit the service and start his own business when tragedy struck, claims his wife.
Noor Bazlin Mohammad, 28, was visibly upset when met at the Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital here.
Nik Muhammad, the 28-year-old Laskar Kelas 1 (Able Rate seaman) and similar-ranked Muhammad Lailatulman Mohd Sukri, 26, died from being physically abused at the Sungai Wangi base on Friday afternoon, as revealed by a post-mortem the next day.
Noor Bazlin, a nurse at the Datuk Keramat Health clinic in Kuala Lumpur, said her husband had been detained at the Sungai Wangi navy detention centre since Wednesday.
The mother of three young children said she last spoke to her husband on Wednesday night, and was told that he was being detained because he had been late for work twice.
"He told me to take care of the children and that he would be home soon.
"He called me twice, at 11pm and at 11.41pm, told me not to worry and that he would leave his job.
"However, I was devastated when I received a call from navy officers at 5.30pm Friday, informing me of his death," she said, adding that she last saw her husband on Sept 23.
Noor Bazlin said her husband has been with the navy for nine years and was transferred to the Lumut navy base in 2015.
"Ever since coming to Lumut, he constantly complained about work stress," she said
Nik Muhammad leaves behind three young children, aged between 10 months and four years.
He was buried at the Limbat Muslim cemetery in Pasir Tumboh, Kota Baru on Sunday.
It is learnt that Muhammad Lailal, the other deceased, got married last year.
Their deaths, which were initially classified as sudden death, are now murder cases.
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