15 July 2014

MH370 - Kakak Kapten Zaharie buat pendedahan...


Mulut tempayan boleh tutup. Mulut orang mana boleh tutup. Sehingga MH370 ditemui maka barulah orang akan berhenti berspekulasi. 

Media barat sampai ke hari masih tak henti2 mengaitkan dan menyalahkan Kpt.Zaharie dalam isu tersebut. Pelik tak? BOEING langsung tak dipersoalkan sedangkan pesawat yang hilang tu pesawat yang dikeluarkan oleh mereka. Hanya salahkan Kpt. Zaharie. 

Kakak kandung juruterbang MH370, Kapten Zaharie Ahmad Shah, akhirnya tampil ke hadapan demi mempertahankan adiknya dari terus didakwa sebagai individu yang bertanggungjawab ke atas kehilangan pesawat tersebut.

Sakinah Ahmad Shah yang selama ini memilih langkah untuk berdiam diri dengan segala dakwaan dan spekulasi mengaitkan Zaharie dengan kehilangan MH370 memilih untuk bersuara menerusi satu temubual dalam program ‘The Mystery of MH370’ bersama sebuah rancangan televisyen NewsAsia Channel.

“Individu yang merancang semua ini mestilah seorang yang cerdik dan bersifat 'Einstein'. Tak akan ada individu yang sanggup memanjangkan masa penerbangan sehingga empat, lima atau enam jam hanya untuk melakukan misi bunuh diri.

“Dia (Zaharie) hanya seorang lelaki yang terlalu meminati dunia penerbangan, dia banyak menghabiskan masa dan duit dengan membeli model-model kapal terbang.

"Kalau boleh, dia mahu pasang sayap pada badannya dan terbang. Itu menunjukkan bahawa dia terlalu meminati dunia penerbangan,” katanya menerusi temubual tersebut.

Persoalan demi persoalan mula dibangkitkan sejak kehilangan MH370 menjadi sebuah misteri sehingga membabitkan kerjasama dan siasatan yang melibatkan 26 buah negara berbeza.

Juruterbang pesawat tersebut, Zaharie turut menjadi suspek utama bagi insiden kehilangan kapal terbang itu.

MH370 yang membawa 239 penumpang termasuk anak kapalnya hilang sejak 8 Mac lalu dan usaha bagi mengesan pesawat tersebut masih dijalankan sehingga kini. ~sh

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MH370 - Sister of Pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah Speaks in Defence of Her Brother, the ‘Prime Suspect’ in Investigation...

More than four months have passed and Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 remains missing and the mystery behind its disappearance remains unsolved. Many theories emerged claiming the probable cause of the tragedy. However, none provided a definite answer. Meanwhile, sister of Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah has finally spoken up in defence of her brother, who was reported to be considered the "prime suspect" in the police investigation of the missing jet.

On July 13, Channel News Asia reported that the sister of Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah has "broken her silence" while speaking on the channel in Channel NewsAsia's special feature "The Mystery of MH370". According to the report, this is the "first ever interview" that the Captain's sibling appeared on after MH370 went missing. The show focused on the events of March 8, the night when Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 disappeared with 239 people on board.

Following the investigation, Captain Zaharie came under the suspicion of investigators.  It is thought that if the plane disappeared due to human intervention, Captain Zaharie could be the man involved in the activity. The report notes that Captain Zaharie's sister, Sakinab Ahmad Shah "rejects the notion that her brother was responsible" for the tragedy.

To support her notion, Sakinab Zaharie said: "We couldn't figure out why somebody who would want to commit suicide would prolong the agony of flying for four, five, six hours just to land down there."

According to the data by the investigators, MH370 kept flying for over six hours after disappearing from radar detection.

"If it was done, if he was the one who planned it, he has to be some kind of Einstein, which he was not," Sakinab Zaharie added.

During the investigation, investigators found some flight simulators that only added to the suspicion surrounding Captain Zaharie. However, his sister explains that Captain Zaharie was "just a man who took so much to aviation."

"He loved aviation, he spent a lot of his funds buying model airplanes. If he could, I think he would attach wings to himself and fly -- he loved flying that much," Sakinab Zaharie Ahmad Shah further explained.

Earlier, The Sunday Times reported (via Daily Mail) that the checks have cleared all the people on board missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, except Captain Zaharie. After finding "suspicious evidence from a flight simulator in his home," Captain Zaharie was considered the "prime suspect" in the investigation. The web site reported that the 53-year-old Captain practiced operations including take-offs and landings on isolated locations using his simulator. This simulator also included landing strips in the Southern Indian Ocean, which is thought to be the resting place of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.

Adding to the suspicion was the lack of "social or work-related future commitment" made by Captain Zaharie, unlike his colleagues. After conducting the focused investigation on Captain Zaharie and 170 interviews by the detectives, the investigators arrived at the said conclusion centering on Captain Zaharie's involvement. However, investigators haven't ruled out the possibility of mechanical failure or act of terrorism that may have resulted in the mysterious disappearance of MH370.

Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 was travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing when it went missing. No debris or traces related to the missing Boeing 777 have been discovered to date. The case remains the biggest mystery in the aviation industry, and remains unsolved even after four months.- au.ibtimes


Skandal RM32 juta: PAS  tuntut penjelasan Bank Rakyat ...

Ketua Penerangan PAS Pusat, Datuk Mahfuz Omar menyerahkan satu memorandum kepada Pengarah Urusan Bank Rakyat, Datuk Mustafha Abd Razak bagi meminta penjelasan berhubung dengan baki pinjaman RM32 juta membabitkan ahli perniagaan Deepak Jaikisnan.

Memorandum tersebut diterima Naib Presiden Kanan, Pemasaran dan Komukasi, Saliman Zainal di lobi Ibu Pejabat Bank Rakyat di sini hari ini.

Jelas Mahfuz, tindakan memberikan keistimewaan kepada seorang individu ingkar untuk ditangguhkan dari diambil sebarang tindakan undang-undang dan diberikan tempoh sepuluh tahun bagi menyelesaikan baki hutang adalah satu tindakan yang tidak bertanggungjawab dan melanggar amalan perbankan yang pruden dan telus.

"Saya tidak nampak bagaimana arahan supaya Bank Rakyat memberikan keistimewaan kepada peminjam ingkar seperti Deepak dapat melindungi kepentingan Bank Rakyat dan ahli-ahlinya.

"Saya dimaklumkan bahawa bukan hanya pinjaman berjangka berbaki RM32 juta itu sahaja yang diberikan keistimewaan kepada Deepak melalui syarikat miliknya Carpet Tile Sdn Bhd.

"Bahkan terdapat dua lagi pembiayaan yang diberikan iaitu pinjaman sebanyak RM798 juta diberikan kepada syarikat pemaju hartanah Radiant Splendour Sdb Bhd dan juga RM40 juta kepada Deepak sendiri.

"Berdasarkan siasatan baki keseluruhan kedua-dua pinjaman tersebut perlu dibayar berserta baki RM32 juta adalah sekitar RM215 juta," jelasnya pada sidang media di lobi Bank Rakyat.

Ahli Parlimen Pokok Sena itu turut meminta agar Bank Rakyat tampil membuat penjelasan segera bagi mengelakkan timbul pelbagai spekulasi serta mengembalikan keyakinan pelabur.

"Kita tuntut penjelasan adakah pembayaran balik baki pinjaman sebanyak RM32 juta itu turut meliputi jumlah denda lewat yang sepatutnya dikenakan ke atas peminjam berdasarkan perjanjian.

"Jika tidak, kita ingin tahu apakah alasan Bank Rakyat tidak mengenakannya, berapa kerugian yang bakal dialami atas sebab tidak mengenakan bayaran denda lewat dan adakah Lembaga Pengarah memberi kelulusan tersebut," soal beliau.

Dalam pada itu, beliau turut menggesa agar Bank Rakyat menjelaskan adakah sebarang tindakan akan diambil jika peminjam masih gagal menatuhi syarat pembayaran yang diperbaharui.

"Kita juga ingin tahu bentuk sekuriti atau cagaran yang dikenakan ke atas peminjam, apakah cara penyelesaian bagi baki ke semua pinjaman Deepak.

"Apakat tindakan selanjutnya yang diambil pihak bank untuk mendapatkan kembali baki pinjaman yang tertunggak bagi ketiga-tiga pinjaman ini," sambung beliau lagi.

Mahfuz berharap pihak bank akan memberi maklum balas seberapa segera mengenai persoalan yang ditimbulkan dan beliau akan meneliti penjelasan tersebut bagi memelihara kepentingan penyimpan-penyimpan di bank tersebut yang kebanyakan mereka dari golongan bumiputra. - harakahdaily 


Rosmah's ex-confidante Deepak owes Bank Rakyat RM215 million not RM32 million... 

Carpet trader Deepak Jaikishan’s loan with Bank Rakyat is not limited to a purported RM32 million loan that recently became a subject of controversy, but instead he has two more loans totalling RM215 million.

PAS information chief Mahfuz Omar claimed today that Deepak has failed to settle all three of the loans in question, leading to a settlement agreement with the bank.

“This raises even more questions about the special treatment that the bank has given to Deepak as the outstanding amount is even bigger at RM215 million,” Mahfuz said, basing it on his own research.

Mahfuz  was speaking to reporters after handing over a memorandum demanding answers and transparency from Bank Rakyat over the Deepak loans at the bank’s headquarters in Kuala Lumpur today.

Mahfuz pointed out while the RM32 million outstanding loan was under the name of Deepak-owned Carpet Tile Sdn Bhd, another RM198 million was given to Radiant Splendour Sdn Bhd, a property developer company linked to Deepak, and another RM40 million was personally given to Deepak.

The outstanding amount from the three loans have been restructured by the bank for an amount of RM215 million, Mahfuz said.


“What is the next step that Bank Rakyat is taking to recollect all the outstanding debts for these three loans?” Mahfuz asked in his three-page memorandum to the bank.

The memorandum was addressed to the bank's managing director Mustafha Abd Razak, and was collected on Mustafha's behalf by Saliman Zainal, the bank's marketing and communications division vice-president.

Deputy Finance Minister Ahmad Maslan had previously denied that the government ordered Bank Rakyat to sanction an interest-free RM40 million loan for Deepak.

The carpet trader has been long embroiled in controversy due to his close ties to prime minister's wife Rosmah Mansor, and also his involvement in the affair involving Mongolian model Altantuya Sharriibu, who was subsequently murdered.
Malaysiakini has made several attempts to contact Deepak for his response but has been unsuccessful.- mk



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