The Grieving relatives of the Chinese nationals on board flight MH370 have been asked to stop throwing fury at the Malaysian Government and channel their focus on arrangements for their funeral. They were asked to accept evidence that the plane crashed with no survivors. Almost 30 families flew to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia yesterday to vent at the government.
The Government said it was understandable that not all sensitive information could be made public. The families of the MH370 flight were asked not to blame the Malaysian authorities for covering information in the absence of hard evidence.
The Chinese Government also added that they should now accept the evidence and begin preparing for the funerals of their loved ones.