Saturday, December 1, 2012

‘Goalkeeper Rosmah will cause BN downfall’


‘Goalkeeper Rosmah will cause BN downfall’

Teoh El Sen
 | December 1, 2012
The controversial carpet trader Deepak Jaikishan has made a startling prediction about the outcome of the 13th general election.
KUALA LUMPUR: Controversial carpet trader Deepak Jaikishan today made a startling prediction: Barisan Nasional will suffer a big loss in the upcoming general election, all because of a goalkeeper called “Rosmah”.
In a cryptic SMS sent to the media, the well-connected businessman used a football metaphor and named “Rosmah” as the sole Umno goalkeeper who would fail to stop Pakatan Rakyat from scoring big.
Deepak said he was referring to the speech given by Umno Kelantan delegate Md Alwi Che Ahmad who drew the analogy of Umno being like the “red warriors”, the committed and hardworking football players of the state.
The Kelantan opposition leader was quoted as saying that “Umno players” are winnable candidates and are able to score goals.
“The party’s president want the best players to score goals… winnable candidates” he reportedly said.
Deepak, however, laughed off the suggestion, saying that he found it amusing as the Kelantan players actually belong to PAS.
“I refer to the Umno Kelantan speech & his anology of kelantan’s champion footballer’s ‘red warriors’ as d criteria for ‘winnable candidates’,” he wrote.
“Najib is indeed an excellant striker & a winnable candidate in Pekan but unfortunately Umno’s only goalkeeper today is Rosmah & she has her hands full catching the billions coming her way that she won’t have the time to stop PKR from scoring goals in parlimentary seats.”
The man, who has previously admitted to being close like a sibling to Rosmah Mansor, the wife of Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak, then made a startling prediction in his text.
“GE13 will be PKR 123, seat Rosmah RM26 BILLION, BN 99 seats. A prophercy that will happen.”
‘Goalkeeper not interested in catching balls’
Asked about the meaning behind his SMS, Deepak said: “You have a winnable candidate who can win his seat, but this is not the presidential election. If he wins and the others lose, there is no point.
“I fully agree that we should have winnable candidates. I’m saying that, yes, Najib can win in Pekan, but you have so many players and you only have one goalkeeper; this goalkeeper is not interested in catching the ball, but in catching billions,” he told FMT.
“You can win that one Pekan seat. But you are going to lose 120 other seats because your goalkeeper is not trying to catch the ball the opposition is trying to score.”
The past week, Deepak has resurfaced after some period of silence, giving several media interviews in which he claimed he regretted getting private investigator P Balasubramaniam to retract his first statutory declaration (SD) concerning murdered Mongolian national Altantuya Shaariibuu.
Balasubramaniam’s first SD had linked Najib to the murder, while the second one reversed it a day later. Balasubramaniam subsequently went missing.
In the interviews, Deepak said that he got involved as a favour to a “female friend”.
Deepak also spoke about a land dispute case, involving him, a Selangor Umno leader and the Defence Ministry, which Najib had then helmed.
Deepak has accused Najib of receiving “contributions” from him for the former’s intervention in the land deal but is upset that the premier now refuses to aid him in resolving the dispute.
He also talked about a fall-out with Najib’s family after his involvement in the Altantuya matter.
Subsequently, Deepak has also claimed to have been forced out of 26 companies that he was a director in. He said that he was also harassed by government agencies and had several government-linked contracts cancelled.
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Friday, November 30, 2012

the ghost of Altantuya continues to haunt me


Deepak to reveal more dirt from under the carpet

Teoh El Sen
 | November 29, 2012
Controversial businessman Deepak Jaikishan, however, wants protection for himself as he would be talking about the 'prime minister and his family'.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Businessman Deepak Jaikishan, who said he “can’t get the ghost of Altantuya out of me”, yesterday promised to reveal more details on the behind-the-scenes dealings surrounding the murder of Mongolian national Altantuya Shaariibuu.
But said that he required protection for himself first as he would be talking about the “prime minister and his family”.
In a press conference he called yesterday, Deepak, a well-connected carpet dealer, said he is appearing now to clear his conscience as “the ghost of Altantuya continues to haunt” him.
He said that he had suffered in his business and mentally after he got himself involved with arranging for the second Statutory Declaration (SD) for private investigator P Balasubramaniam on the behest of a “female friend”.
The second SD reversed an earlier one which had directly linked prime minister Najib Tun Razak to the Altantuya murder.
“I can’t get the ghost of Altantuya out of me. It is bothering me. I want to come clean, I want to apologise to her that I was trying to conceal the fact that I was involved in facilitating the second SD,” he said.
“I want justice for her. I want the people responsible to be incriminated, given appropriate sentences. Whoever actually killed her and instructed it, they must take the responsibility.”
When asked if he had direct knowledge of who instructed the killing, Deepak said he did not.
However, he revealed more details surrounding the reason why he was roped in to help facilitate a second SD in such a hurry.

‘Police have all the evidence’
“Everybody knew there was a second SD, but why was there this urgency for it to be done the next day, and not the next week?”
“The SD was not just about the opposition. There was a concentrated effort of two factions here. You had Bala sitting down with Anwar and you had another faction who 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. Both had the power to do this,” he said, adding that the other side came from Umno itself.
He said that the side that wanted to push for the second SD and overturn the original SD was the one that protected or ensured that Najib became prime minister.
“I got involved in the second SD to protect the interest of Najib. There is no other logical reason, is there?” he said.
Deepak said that if the police were serious about solving the case, they would be able to. “They have all the evidence already, it’s whether they want to or not.”
He said the faction supporting Najib was not so much worried about the contents of the first SD, but the subsequent repercussions.
“[As a result of the first SD], there were people involved in the actual act… one of these persons was going to come out and admit that he was involved [in the Altantuya incident] and who had instructed him. They [faction supporting Najib] were worried of this repercussion, because they knew this was the next stage,” he said.
In July 2008, Balasubramaniam had gone public with the first SD but withdrew it at another press conference the following day.
Balasubramaniam then produced a second SD, claiming that he had made the first one under duress and fled the country the next day.
‘We have been intimidated’
Balasubramaniam re-emerged on Nov 12, 2009, in the form of a five-part YouTube video interview – believed to be shot in India – retracting his second SD and claiming that he had only made it after being offered RM5 million by Deepak.
Deepak, who only addressed the controversy on April 6, 2011 after whistleblower Raja Petra Kamarudin revived the matter, then described Balasubramaniam as his mere clubbing mate.
In the press briefing yesterday, Deepak said that subsequent to his involvement in 2008, he has been pressured by the “powers that be” to be silent.
“[During 2010 and 2011], I have been raided by various agencies sent by the government to silence me not once but many times. They have taken documents from us. We have been intimidated and kept silent all this while,” he said.
“This was the first time I saw the magnitude of the government machinery coming down on me. I had government officers everywhere – in my bedroom, my office, my factory, my secretary’s office, my father’s room, everywhere.”
Deepak said that he also lost a lot of business deals with the government.
“Other things have happened. There has been a lot of withdrawal and cancellation of contracts and concessions given to us. We had a 20-year contract to build 16 1Malaysia Mara hostels overseas worth RM2 billion. It was suspended,” he said.
He said that he may now take legal action against the government, including the prime minister himself, for terminating the various contracts.

‘I don’t know Muhyiddin’

“We are also looking at the involvement of a particular person, who is not in the government, to claim damages from this person,” he said.
However, when asked if he was referring to Rosmah Mansor, wife of the prime minister, Deepak promptly replied: “I will not comment today. I will give you the documents [later] and we will talk more. I won’t name the person.”
Yesterday, Deepak was also grilled on his reasons for coming out now but denied that it had anything to do with the ongoing Umno annual general assembly.
Asked if he had “switched camps” to support Muhyiddin Yassin to take down Najib, Deepak said that he does not know the deputy prime minister personally.
“Well I have never actually sat down with Muhyiddin and talked to him. I did meet him once at a function, maybe about two or three years ago; aside from that, I have never met him.
“I don’t know him personally, I don’t have his phone number, and honestly after my experience I don’t want to have anything to do with politicians. I’d rather just stick to my business, ” he said.
Deepak said that he had also suffered mentally as a result of his “minimal” involvement, and has lost a lot of weight.
“I used to be a very bubbly person. My father says I have grown from a boy into a worried man,” he said.
He said that following his media interviews in the past few days, he has been asked to resign from the board of 26 companies that he has equity in for his involvement in the Bala controversy.
“The lesson learnt is that it is best to focus on business. No need to get involved in helping politicians in these Bala-type scenarios. It is not worth it at all,” said Deepak.
He added that he would be going on a “long holiday” in Myanmar from Dec 10 to March 11, on his birthday.

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Monday, November 19, 2012

Isu data peminjam PTPTN di sebalik hutang menggunung


Isu data peminjam PTPTN di sebalik hutang menggunung
 
EKSKLUSIF Di waktu pemimpin politik bertelagah mengenai penyediaan pendidikan percuma di Malaysia, timbul dakwaan bahawa hutang menggunung yang dipinjamkan dari Pinjaman Tabung Pendidikan Tinggi Nasional (PTPTN) mungkin tidak dapat diperolehi semula dalam masa singkat.
Sumber yang dekat dengan agensi tersebut mendakwa, sejumlah besar daripada pinjaman RM45.41 bilion itu diberikan kepada pelajar yang tidak lagi dapat dijejaki.

Sumber mendakwa, data elektronik dalam Sistem Pengurusan Pinjaman Pendidikan (Elmas) yang berusia 10 tahun, kini usang dan PTPTN tidak menaruh harapan tinggi untuk mendapatkan bayaran hutang itu kembali.

Sejumlah RM7.83 bilion yang diagihkan kepada 1.14 juta pelajar sehingga 31 Ogos 2012 masih belum diperolehi semula, manakala kadar bayaran semula pada tahap 49 peratus.

Perkara itu berterusan walaupun selepas anak syarikat Kementerian Kewangan, Prokhas Sdn Bhd disingkirkan pada 2010, ekoran laporan Ketua Audit Negara yang menyatakan kegagalan membangun sistem bagi mendapatkan semula bayaran hutang selepas dibayar RM1.5 juta.

Sistem tersebut menyebabkan PTPTN terpaksa menggunakan semula sistem Elmas, yang diputuskan tidak memuaskan pada 2006.

Susulan itu, PTPTN perlu membayar pembangun Elmas, Paradigm Systems Sdn Bhd, sejumlah RM26 juta lagi untuk membuat semula kerja terbabit.

Ketua pegawai eksekutif PTPTN Agos Cholan keberatan untuk mengesahkan jumlah tersebut dan memberi alasan ia merupakan kes sensitif.

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  • Teo See Lian ·  Pengulas Tertinggi · High School Batu Pahat · 425 subscribers
    Itu sebablah ANWAR mahu PTPTN dihapuskan, kerana semakin lama dilaksanakan semakin banyak kerugian akan berlaku.NGAPPPPP !
  • Raja Mohd Shahrim ·  Pengulas Tertinggi · Bukit Koman Village, Pahang, Malaysia · 206 subscribers
    Tutup saja chapter PTPTN.... dgn PR sebagai peneraju.. FEFA (Pendidikan Percuma Untuk Semua Pelajar)akan diperkenalkan..bagaimana rupa dan mekanisma FEFA telah dijelaskan oleh Sdr. Rafizi..tidak ada negara yg akan bangkrap jika memberi pendidikan percuma pada rakyatnya.. kerana itu pelaburan jangka panjang.. tapi boleh bangkrap jika memberi peluang pada kroni seperti yg berlaku sekarang..
    • Chong Shin ·  Pengulas Tertinggi · 中华中学
      Raja...apa FB u?
    • Matt Zackk ·  Pengulas Tertinggi · UUM
      Bro..aku tambah lagi..ambil Turki sebagai contoh..di bawah Yusof erdogan, pendidikan percuma diberi sedangkan Turki tak pun punya sumber sehebat malaysia yang ada minyak, balak, sawit, dlll.. Jika ada kemahuan untuk rakyat, pasti ada penyelesaiannya...
    • Raja Mohd Shahrim ·  Pengulas Tertinggi · Bukit Koman Village, Pahang, Malaysia · 206 subscribers
      Chong Shin Err.. why bro..? fesbuk aku hang click jer ar.. hehe
  • Ir Art ·  Pengulas Tertinggi · Bekerja di Ibu Pejabat Parti Keadilan Rakyat, Tropicana.
    UNDILAH PR UTK PENDIDIKAN PERCUMA!!!
    • Teo See Lian
      Mengejutkan dan Menggempakan ! Sejumlah besar daripada pinjaman RM45.41 bilion itu diberikan kepada pelajar yang tidak lagi dapat dijejaki...Seakan-akan gila!
      • Abdullah Ahmad ·  Pengulas Tertinggi
        bank/LHDN/PDRM dapat menjejaki penghutang sampai lubang cacing, tapi PTPTN tak mampu, memang amat melucukan. Jangan-jangan sebahagian pinjaman tu dari peminjam anak anak menteri dan kroni kroni
    • Lubuk Petua Warisan ·  Pengulas Tertinggi · SAP Consultant di Hewlett-Packard
      buang duit dekat system dah berjuta2.. sykt mee segera kroni Prokhas Sdn Bhd yg takde pengalaman di award projek lps tu telan duit system nya ntah kemana.. tak habis2 UBN ni kedarah duit rakyat.
      • Abrahim Abdan ·  Pengulas Tertinggi · SM Sultan Ibrahim Kulai Johor
        Entah lah aku pun naik pening hal pentadbiran 1MALAYSIA ni...agak nya sistem jadi marba carca disebabkan pengendali banyak yg dah bolih berfikir lagi sebab otak dah beku maklum dah tua2..umur bersara bertamabah tapi otak semakin lembab..
        • Kamall Haji ·  Pengulas Tertinggi · Network Administrator diTelekom Malaysia
          ikut jejak ko lah ya yob VSS xnyusahkan kaum
        • Abrahim Abdan ·  Pengulas Tertinggi · SM Sultan Ibrahim Kulai Johor
          Betul tu Din kalau kita ingat kita dah x mampu nak menyahut cabaran kerja yg bolih membebankan otak kita..baik kita angkat kaki je..bagi peluang rakan kita yg muda muda..ambilalih tugas dan tanggungjawap dari kita yg dah x mampu..itu lebih baik sebab orang2 muda ni kepala otak die orang pintar2 belaka..jadi peluang mereka naik pangkat ada..berkorban demi kemajuan Syarakat,Jabatan untuk Negara...
      • Alkali Untuk Kesihatan
        payah sangat bagi je pendidikan percuma..x perlu nk pening2 dengan sistem itu sistem ini..
        • Din Menteri ·  Pengulas Tertinggi · SMA Negeri 1 Bandung
          budak2 dah diajar kurang ajar sjk awal2 lagi.,
        • Zack Snoopies ·  Pengulas Tertinggi
          Din...komen ko mmg slalu xguna akal...kita sbg pgkat abg kpd budak2 yg nk bljr cara hidup kena bg tunjuk ajar...bkn ckp xserupa bikin bro...cuba ckp kt2 semangat....
        • Din Menteri ·  Pengulas Tertinggi · SMA Negeri 1 Bandung
          hutang yuran dibayar yuran,
          hutang nyawa nyawa padahnya.
          ngerti?
      • JFaris Fx ·  Pengulas Tertinggi
        45 billion wang PTPTN tak dibayar..tak dapat dijejaki..mmg kering lu orang ni hehe takpa tgu PTPTN lupus..maksud disini 45 billon ini melibatkan berjuta2 orang student..bawa maksud juga mereka ini tk bayar sebab menunggu PR mengambil Putrajaya..dan maknanya majority student akan undi PR..kuasa Allah.
        • IR Haji Zamri Yusuf · Marquette University
          sistem yg bermula tanpa ketelusan & komitmen utk membantu menyelesaikan permasalahan, pastinya berjalan dgn segala ketempangan. bila ianya dilaksanakan berdasarkan kepentingan lain.
          • Yusoff Alias ·  Pengulas Tertinggi · Owner di Self Employed and Loving It!
            Mansuhkan saja PTPTN beri biasiswa habis cerita. Tak akan bangrap negara seperti dakwaan peminpin umno.
            Banyak lagi sumber boleh diterokai.