SD pertama, dakwanya, adalah permulaan sebelum salah seorang daripada individu yang terlibat dalam pembunuhan itu, membuat pengakuan dan mendedahkan siapa yang telah mengarahkan pembunuhan itu, tetapi personaliti yang dinamakan dalam SD pertama, telah bertindak menghalangnya daripada berlaku.
Petikan daripada sidang akhbar Deepak mengenai perkara itu di Kuala Lumpur petang semalam boleh dibaca di bawah(versi Inggeris).-malaysiakini
Husam: Najib tak boleh diam lagi isu Deepak
Najib perlu bersihkan nama jika tidak terlibat kes pembunuhan Altantuya...
Datuk Seri Najib perlu bersihkan namanya jika benar tidak terlibat dalam kes pembunuhan wanita Mongolia, Altantuya Shaaribuu.
Pengarah Strategi KEADILAN, Rafizi Ramli berkata, untuk membuktikan Perdana Menteri ada maruah, beliau mesti menjelaskan kepada rakyat berhubung kes tersebut.
“Keengganan Perdana Menteri berterus-terang mengesahkan lagi persepsi rakyat tentang penglibatan beliau dalam kes tersebut.
“Kredibiliti dan maruah Najib sudah masuk enam tahun tercemar kerana diheret dalam skandal berkenaan.
“Jika Najib ada maruah, beliau perlu bersihkan namanya dengan menafikan dakwaan tersebut,” katanya ketika dihubungi.
Kelmarin, kawan baik Rosmah Mansor, Deepak Jaikishan mendedahkan dakwaan terbaru mengaitkan keluarga Perdana Menteri dengan isu pembunuhan Altantuya.
Ahli perniagaan itu mendakwa mempunyai hubungan rapat dengan keluarga Najib dan juga beberapa pendedahan yang turut berkait dengan pembunuhan itu.
“Penemuan baru yang didedahkan Deepak membuktikan penglibatan Najib dalam pembunuhan Altantuya dan juga pembelian kapal selam Scorpene yang sedang dibicara di Mahkamah Perancis.
“Najib harus mengambil langkah menjelaskan sepenuhnya. Cukuplah tindakan beliau menjatuhkan maruah negara dan rakyat dalam isu ini,” katanya.
Beliau menyarankan kerajaan menubuhkan suruhanjaya khas untuk menyiasat kes ini.
“Kenapa mereka tak mahu siasat dakwaan tersebut jika benar pemimpin yang mereka dokong itu, tidak terlibat dalam kedua-dua kes yang amat mengejutkan negara serta dunia antarabangsa,” soalnya.-keadilandaily
Tuduhan Deepak: Projek mega cah keting dalam UMNO
Bala's 2nd SD foiled an attempt confession of Altantuya's killer and who instructed the murder...
The second statutory declaration (SD) of private investigator (PI) P Balasubramaniam was hastily drafted as part of an effort to thwart a planned confession on the Altantuya murder organised by politicians from both sides of the divide.
Bala made his second SD immediately after withdrawing his earlier accusation linking Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak to Mongolian national Altantuya Shaariibuu, businessperson Deepak Jaikishan claims.
The first SD, Deepak said, was to set the table before one of the individuals involved in the murder would confess to it and expose who had instructed the murder.
However, he added, the personalities named in the first SD had moved in to prevent that from happening.
The following is an excerpt from Deepak's press conference on the matter in Kuala Lumpur yesterday evening:
Do you know who ordered the Altantuya killing?
No, no, no. I was not involved. I was not aware of what happened on that day. My involvement came at a point when PI Bala made the (first) SD. And that evening I was given a call to try and help resolve this problem.
As I mentioned earlier, it was not the SD that was of concern to these people, the SD didn't matter. But the repercussions from the SD - there were people involved in the actual act, one of these persons was going to come out and admit that he was involved and who had instructed him.
They were worried of this repercussion because they knew this was the next stage of the first SD. Because of the first SD, the pact among these people (Umno factions) would have broken up.
Someone named in the SD will come out to confess?
No, one of the people involved in the Altantuya incident itself was going to come out and confess as a result of the SD.
It was a concentrated attempt, the SD was not just about the opposition (to get at the government)...
Why would the SD trigger such a response?
Because there was a concentrated effort. There were two factions here - you had Bala sitting down with (opposition leader) Anwar (Ibrahim) and you had another faction that didn't want the people named in the first SD to come to power.
They were determined, although they were from different sides, to work together to achieve this and both had the power to do so. Hence the absolute concern.
And those who pushed the second SD were those wanting to ensure Najib becomes prime minister?
Yes. I think the only reason I got involved in helping with the second SD was to protect the interests of Najib. There is no other logical reason, is there?
What other information do you have to help authorities to solve the case?
Well, I think if the authorities are serious about solving it, they have all the evidence already. It's whether they want to or not. As you are well aware, my involvement was when the second SD came in, not before that.
How did you know someone was going to come out to confess after first SD?
It was from the group itself (named in the first SD). They were aware. They were a very formidable group and had very credible information coming in.
You received this information from "the group"?
Yes. Hence the hurry. The second SD was done the very same day (when it was made public).
Although no confession materialised after the second SD, however, Balasubramaniam re-emerged in 2009 in a series of YouTube videos, claiming that he made the second SD only after being offered RM5 million by Deepak, an amount that was never honoured in full.
Deepak had since claimed that he merely facilitated the meeting between Balasubramaniam and the parties named in the first SD, and it was they who made such promises and therefore it was contingent upon them to fulfill those promises and not him.
A fallout with Najib's family
Since then, Deepak has admitted to a fallout with Najib's family, claiming that several of his business projects with the government had been terminated.
"All this while I have taken a platform denying my involvement, but it is a stigma on me... until the Altantuya matter is resolved and justice is given to her, I don't think this stigma will leave me. It’s been a very tough two years for me from the time this thing started.
"I won't say I'm a very religious man, but I am a spiritual person. I believe the reason why the businesses I'm involved in is not succeeding is because of my involvement in hiding the Altantuya matter, of concealing whatever I know about it, so I wish to put it out in the open.
"I want to ask for forgiveness, I have minimal involvement (in the case) and I want to cleanse myself of this," he said.
Asked why he thought Altantuya (right) had yet to receive justice even though her killers had already been convicted, he replied: "Whoever actually killed her, who actually instructed her killing, should be responsible. They must take the responsibility."
However, Deepak said he did not know who was responsible.
Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri and Corporal Sirul Azhar Umar, bodyguards in an elite police unit, were both sentenced to death on April 9, 2009, by the Shah Alam High Court for the 2006 murder of Altantuya, who was shot to death and her body blown up with military-grade C4 explosives.
High Court judge Mohd Zaki Md Yasin, in his 70-page written judgment on the case, had noted that the motive of the murder was not essential to the trial.
While Azilah testified on the witness stand that he was not at the crime scene at the time of the alleged incident, Sirul Azhar, in his elaborate, unsworn statement, described how he was made "a scapegoat".
The duo has appealed their death sentence, but the hearing of their case at the Court of Appeal has been repeatedly put off.
Another accused, Abdul Razak Baginda (left in photo), a close associate of Najib and alleged lover of Altantuya, was acquitted without his defence called.
Altantuya is said to have met Abdul Razak in her role as an interpreter in a RM7.3 billion deal to purchase two Scorpene submarines from French defence company DCNS, a deal in which Abdul Razak had a hand in facilitating.-malaysiakini
Who is the key behind Deepak’s exposé...
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,FMT
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anak,bangsa,malaysia - The ghost and curse of Altantuya is haunting and is very hungry to go after the culprits. She is coming for Najib and his Umno goons responsible for her blood. And now at the ongoing of the Umno GA, the other Umno fragment is playing games and wathcing to see the fun. Abdul Razak Baginda is in the hiding, Najib in disguise, Bala short changed, and Deepak the forgotten and lonely man. The guilt is haunting them rigourously and it is soon. The truth such prevail and justice must!
AkuMelayuIslam - Siapa boleh Rakyat harap? Perdana Menteri,, Polis, Menteri dalam negeri, Jab Immigresen..... atau high Court judge Mohd Zaki Md Yasin- in his 70-page written judgement on the case, had noted that the motive of the murder was not essential to the trial. Sama sama lah menanggung. Yang dapat sedap, bercuti di luar negara dan mentadbir negara.... Oh ya Dr M kata Najib OK, Abdullah tak OK.