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Sunday, December 30, 2012

MP: Will the police ever probe Deepak's claims?

The police has been urged to explain whether it intends to investigate allegations against Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak and his family by carpet trader Deepak Jaikishan. 

NONEIn a press release today, Puchong MP Gobind Singh Deo (left) said that it has been more than two weeks since DAP national chairperson Karpal Singh lodge apolice reportagainst Deepak and there appears to be no action taken. 

"It has been some two weeks now. The IGP should be upfront and tell us how many statements have been taken until now and from whom? 

"Has anything been done? If not, why not? Will the IGP respond to my question or will he also keep silent?," he said in a statement today.

On Dec 15, Karpal had lodged a police report to accuse Deepak of having knowledge of a crime but failing to report it to law enforcers.
Serious allegations

Deepak had claimed that there was coercion involved in private investigator P Balasubramaniam's statutory declaration made on July 4, 2008 and that the premier's family had a hand in it. 

Gobind said the police should not delay the matter as the claims were very serious.

"The allegations made by Deepak are to my mind and that of most rational thinking Malaysians, most serious in nature. 

"The police cannot be seen to be dragging their feet in the matter. They must act and act fast," he said.

Deepak had among others, claimed that he had paid the premier's family for a land deal.

He had also implicated Najib's wife Rosmah Mansor and brother Nazim Razak in coercing Balasubraniam into withdrawing his statutory declaration linking the premier to slain Mongolian national Altantuya Shaariibuu.

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