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It was made by the Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil who stressed the importance of finding the 5-year-old girl as quickly as possible.

"If we have learnt anything from Nurin's case, it is that time is of the utmost importance and we don't want Sharlinie to be in any danger," she said.

"I hope TV stations will flash pictures of Sharlinie every hour or half-hour so that everyone will know and remember her face."

She also revealed that she had enlisted the help of Information Minister Datuk Seri Zainuddin Maidin to publicise the girl's disappearance.

"We also want to remind the abductors not to harm her," she said at a press conference at the Petaling Jaya district police headquarters.

Also present were Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan, Petaling Jaya Selatan MP Datuk Donald Lim and Taman Medan Assemblyman Abdul Wahab Ibrahim.

Shahrizat then reminded parents that the safety of their children was in their hands.

"It is not the responsibility of the police. Don't assume a playground is safe. From what I see, no area is safe."

Shahrizat also did not rule out the possibility of taking action against Sharlinie's parents for negligence.

"The parents are being interviewed by the Welfare Department and they will come up with their findings soon."

Later at the Lembah Pantai Maal Hijrah celebrations, Shahrizat urged local councils, the Federal Territories Ministry and relevant parties to install more sophisticated closed-circuit television (CCTVs) cameras, especially in high-density areas.

"We must have good quality CCTVs that can enhance the images and provide security. If we want to install CCTVs, then they should be the best, like in London and New York.

Shahrizat also suggested that local councils could make CCTVs part of their requirements for building approvals.

However, she pointed out that even with the best security system in place, the public must still take care of their own safety.

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