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Thursday, January 31, 2019

CRUEL OR NOT, RAZAK BAGINDA’S DEFENCE TRIES TO RUB SALT INTO ALTANTUYA’S SON’S WOUNDS – YET HE WAS ONLY 9 WHEN HIS MOM WAS MURDERED: ‘MY FATHER DID NOT ATTEND MY MOTHER’S FUNERAL … HE WAS REMARRIED & REFUSED TO TAKE ME IN… I NEVER FELT ANY CARE OR LOVE FOR HIM, I’VE NEVER SPENT A SINGLE NIGHT WITH HIM’

Altantuya Shaariibuu’s eldest son Bayarkhuu Bayarjargal told the Shah Alam High Court today that his estranged father, who is a rapper in Mongolia, did not want to take him in after his mother died.
During cross-examination, lawyer Manjeet Singh Dhillon raised the matter of Bayarkhuu’s father, Bayarjargal Bayasgalam.
The lawyer referred to Bayarjargal by his stage name “Maadai”.
“After October 2006, did your grandfather suggest you live with your father?” asked Manjeet, who is representing one of the defendants, Altantuya’s former lover Abdul Razak Baginda.
“I do remember after the passing of my mother, not only my grandfather suggested that maybe I should meet him, but I too wanted to meet him,” replied the witness.
“I met with my paternal grandfather who told me he (Maadai) was re-married and has other children. He refused to take me in,” said Bayarkhuu, who was nine when his mother was murdered.
Manjeet said he was bringing up the matter of Bayarkhuu’s father, whom he described as a successful hip-hop artist in Mongolia, as the RM100 million suit filed by Altantuya’s family included dependency claims. – M’kini
I don’t love my father, says Altantuya’s son on absent rapper dad
THE son of murdered Mongolian Altantuya Shariibuu told the Shah Alam High Court today that he never had any meaningful relationship with his father, Mongolian hip-hop singer Madai.
Testified in a RM100 million civil suit the family filed over the death of Altantuya,  Bayarkhuu Bayarjagal, 21, denied suggestions by defence lawyers that he had received paternal support after his mother’s murder in 2006.
When cross examined, Bayarkhuu, whose birth name is Mungunshagai, disagreed that he changed his name to follow that of his father, whose real name is Bayarjagal Bayasgalan
“I put it to you that the name Bayarkhuu was because you were proud of your father, a well known Mongolian rapper,” said Manjeet Singh Dhillion, lawyer for Abduk Razak Baginda, who is one of four respondents in the suit filed by Altantuya’s family.
“I disagree. Bayar is simply a popular name in Mongolia… It is just a popular name. It doesn’t mean I love my father,” Bayarkhuu said, adding that Bayarjagal never provided living expenses.
Bayarkhuu earlier testified that the name “Bayar” simply meant “joy”, and that it carried no connotations beyond that. He said he chose the name with the help of his maternal grandfather, Shaariibuu Setev.
Shaaribuu, his wife Altansetseg Sanjaa, Bayarkhuu and Altantuya’s other son, Altanshagai Munkhtulga, filed the suit in 2007, seeking damages and dependency claims.
Altanshagai, bed-ridden from cerebral palsy, died in 2015 at age 15.
Yesterday, Bayarkhuu told the court that he had to change his name in order to escape public scrutiny over the death of her mother.
He told the Shah Alam High Court today that he met his father only in 2011.
Bayarkhuu also disagreed with a 2006 news article, referenced by Manjeet during cross examination, in which Bayarjagal was quoted as saying that he has not seen Bakarkhuu for three years after he was stopped by his ex-wife Altantuya from doing so.
He added that he was not aware of official documents or “wedding pictures” of a marriage between Altantuya and Bayarjagal.
He said he had no knowledge whether his materal grandparents had stopped him from seeing his father.
Bayarkhuu also testified that his father was not present for his mother’s wake in Mongolia and repeatedly said that his father had “refused to take him in.”
When the family’s lawyer Sangeet Kaur Deo questioned the relevance of questions on Bayarkhuu’s father, Manjeet responded by saying that the suit involved dependency claims and that Bayarkhuu was neither “living in destitute” nor “hawking DVDs”, as his father was a successful musician.
“I disagree with the suggestion that my father wanted an opportunity to raise me,” Bayarkhuu said.
“When I met him (recently), we spoke as men, and he apologised that he didn’t raise me as son as he didn’t want me at the time.
“He admits it and he apologised for it. I knew I had a father, but I never felt any love or any care with him. I’ve never spent a night together with him.”
The hearing, before justice Vazeer Alam Mydin Meera, adjourned to May 6.
– https://www.themalaysianinsight.com/

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