Exactly after 25 days of search operations involving almost all of the world navies, the Malaysian investigators finally admitted that the whereabouts or remains of whatever is left of Malaysian Airlines MH370 may never be found. This was stated by Chief investigator from Malaysia, Inspector General Khalid Abu Bakar told the news persons that, "Investigations may go on and on and on. We have to clear every little thing. At the end of the investigations, we may not even know the real cause. We may not even know the reason for this incident."
The Malaysian investigators just recently concluded their investigation into all the 227 passengers on board the plane and their investigations have cleared all the 227 passengers of suspicion. As of today, Malaysian investigators are still investigating into the background and criminal antecedents of senior pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53 and his co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid, 27. FBI has been investigating the records of senior pilot, Shah's flight simulator but is yet to find any misdeeds.
As the days passed the investigators included the possibilities that MH370 may have been hijacked, sabotaged or even some kind of psychological problems among those employees of Malaysia Airlines on the flight at that time. Investigators are even said to be looking into the plane's food to somehow ensure that it wasn't poisoned.
Inspector General Khalid Abu Bakar added that there was much more information available but cant be revealed to the reporters due to the ongoing criminal investigation. “I’m sorry, there are things we cannot reveal to you … not that I don’t want to reveal to you, but we cannot do that because it’s a criminal investigation, ongoing,” he said. “We have not concluded the whole thing and we are still awaiting reports from experts overseas and internally. Who knows, maybe there will be prosecution later on. So this will affect the prosecution’s case, if we start revealing our findings."
It may be recalled that Malaysian Airlines MH370 which had taken off from Kuala Lumpur for Beijing China on 8th March, 2014. It disappeared from the radar less than one hour after taking off with the pilot signing off, saying, "Good night Malaysian 370." The twist in this sad accident is that after this conversation of the pilot somebody on board deliberately turned off the plane's transponder thus making it impossible to track. Authorities have concluded that the plane's journey ended seven hours later somewhere in the southern Indian Ocean, and there are no survivors as of now because no debris has been found.