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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Who is the key behind Deepak’s exposé?

Who has managed to get Deepak to expose Najib and Rosmah? Who stands to gain the most in toppling the Umno president?
By Chua Jui Meng
Deepak Jaikishan’s shocking and damning revelations of his ties with Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak and wife Rosmah Mansor is serious and embarrassing to Malaysia.
Deepak indirectly exposes Najib and Rosmah’s link with the murder case of Mongolian interpreter Altantuya Shaariibuu via his involvement in private investigator P Balasubramaniam (PI Bala)’s statutory declarations.
Deepak also said his mistake was to jump in to help friends – referring to Najib, who was then a defence minister, and his wife.
The ongoing RM6.7 billion scandalous purchase of two second-hand French-made Scorpene submarines which is being investigated by a French court is also damaging Najib and Malaysia.
Deepak’s timing to spill the beans on Najib and Rosmah is also very suspicious – coming a day before Najib is scheduled to deliver his presidential address at the opening of an annual Umno General Assembly.
The immediate question is: Who has managed to get Deepak to expose Najib and Rosmah?
It can be answered with a question: Who stands to gain the most in toppling the Umno president?
It will be amazing that Najib is able to face his Umno central delegates without any feeling of embarrassment.
How can Najib’s conscience not be pricked with all the ongoing scandals exposed is mind boggling.
How can Umno members, the enforcers of law and Malaysians in general ignore such strong accusations against this man?
The federal administration is certainly undergoing a crisis of sorts, and possibly a breakdown, when it cannot swiftly and confidently resolve wrong doings afflicting the country, especially when it concerns public accountability, corruption and crime.
Public confidence is therefore eroded, and the socio-economic fabric of the nation is shaken.
We are witnessing a situation where all the institutions of a government are unable to get their priorities right and fears the political leaders of the ruling coalition.
The Barisan Nasional (BN)’s current mandate to govern ends on April 28, 2013, with the automatic dissolution of the 222-seat Parliament.
The Election Commission will then have 60 days to conduct the 13th general election.
Malaysians will have to make an honest and accurate assessment of the Umno-led BN’s 55-year hold on power and its performance.
To all Malaysians, please treat the next general election seriously because your ballots will decide your future and the welfare of your children and future generations.
Chua Jui Meng is PKR vice-president and Johor state chief. He is also a former MCA vice-president and an ex-Cabinet member.

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