Deepak’s Disclosure: NGO Calls for Najib, Rosmah, Nazim to be Investigated

KUALA LUMPUR, 14 Dec: The NGO ‘Jingga 13’ has urged so that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, his wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor and his brother Datuk Mohammad Nazim Razak, be investigated regarding latest disclosures made by businessman, Deepak Jaikishan.

This is because Deepak reportedly claimed that the three individuals were involved in efforts to formulate the Second Statutory Declaration (SD2) which was carried out by private investigator P Balasubramaniam.

SD2 is a document closely related to the murder case of Altantuya Sharibuu, a Mongolian woman in October 2006.

Jingga 13 Chief Coordinator Orange, Fariz Musa said that an investigation will be carried out regarding Deepak’s disclosure about his involvement in generating the SD2 which was intended to prevent a bigger exposure.

Because of that, Fariz said that the Police and the Attorney General is urged to reopen the murder case as there is evidently a new witness in the case.

“Najib and Rosmah’s involvement in the case should be dealt with seriously by the police.

“An act of power abuse and corruption for the sake of covering up the crime which was committed by them,” he said when met outside the Dang Wangi District Police Headquarters (IPD) today.

Several news portals have been broadcasting Deepak’s detailed disclosure saying that he admits to speaking and meeting with Najib and Rosmah at his residence to seek ways to meet Balasubramaniam.

The meeting was aimed at cancelling his first declaration (SD1).

Deepak claimed that Nazim was sent to represent Najib and discussions were conducted including to bribe Balasubramaniam in cancelling the SD1 and SD2 at a hotel in Kuala Lumpur.

Moreover, Deepak also said that the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) had called for him to be investigated but he said that MACC was more eager to close the case and no action was taken.

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