AR AR Badul is dissatisfied with the decision of the Malaysian Armed Forces Investigation Committee, which classified the death of his son Mohd Zahir Armaya as a training accident.
He said he wanted the government to investigate the shooting events that led to his son's death.
Zahir died during an army demonstration that took place in connection with the launch of the Fifth Malaysian Infantry Division and the 13th Brigade at the Lok Kawi Camp in Sabah on September 4.
"My family and I are disappointed with the decision taken by the Malaysian Armed Forces and we expect a clear explanation for the cause of death.
"I would like to investigate, as in the case of firefighter Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim," Badul (above) told reporters in tahlil ceremony in section 28, Shah Alam, tonight.
Badul or his full name, Armaya Aman Ramlie, 70, said he didn't want to make any accusations or blame anyone, but just wants his family and society to find out what really happened.
"I want to know the chronology of his death. How can the bullet miss the target? Was he in a bad position? That is what I want an answer to, "said Badul.
Earlier today, the Malaysian Armed Forces issued a statement stating that his investigation commission had considered the incident an isolated case and classified it as a training accident.
"Board members also said that the equipment used during the training was in good condition.
"The Malaysian Armed Forces will take appropriate disciplinary action against those involved, and standard operating procedures will be updated as needed," he said.