[WATCH] Vinosiny never got the chance to be an accountant, says grieving dad

Raevathi Supramaniam Fikri Ghazali Hasmizar Hassan

R. SIVAKUMAR still finds it hard to believe that he will no longer be able to see or speak to his daughter Vinosiny Sivakumar.

The businessman said the sudden death of his daughter has brought unimaginable grief to him and his family.

“At a very young age she already knew she wanted to be an accountant. I don’t know where she got that idea as neither me nor her mother are accountants,” Sivakumar told The Malaysian Insight at his home in Klang.

“She could have gone far in life, she dreamed of working in one of the Big Four accounting firms but she will never get the chance.”

Vinosiny, 20, was found dead in her room at the Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) Sintok campus in Kedah last Saturday.

She was in her fourth semester studying for a Bachelor of Accounting (Information Systems).

Her family believes that she had died of electrocution and has since lodged a police report against UUM, accusing the institution of negligence. – June 22, 2022.

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