‘Cari makan’ Man, Hasan Arifin (BN-Umno-Rompin): English is not an intellectual language that develops the mind and brain. LOL.

“Cari makan” PAC chairman, Hasan Ariffin, does a U-turn…

23 October 2018

KUALA LUMPUR: Citing examples of ancient civilizations and conquerors, a Barisan Nasional (BN) parliamentarian arrived at the conclusion that “English is not an intellectual language that develops the mind and brain”.

In today’s debate on the 11th Malaysia Plan (11MP) Mid-Term Review (MTR) in Parliament, Datuk Seri Hasan Arifin (BN-Umno-Rompin) made this observation with regard to the role of the international lingua franca in building civilizations and fostering global trade.

 In today’s debate on the 11th Malaysia Plan (11MP) Mid-Term Review (MTR) in Parliament, Datuk Seri Hasan Arifin (BN-Umno-Rompin) made this observation with regard to the role of the international lingua franca in building civilizations and fostering global trade.

Hasan pointed out that modern economies like Japan, Taiwan and non-English speaking European countries do not use English in their journey to become developed nations.

He cautioned Malaysians against deifying the English language as according to him, English speakers never created great civilizations.

“(Ancient civilizations) Rome, Persia, Arabia, China and India built their civilizations on their respective languages. English-speakers have never created (past) global civilizations.

“English is not an intellectual language that develops the mind and brain. The Sanskrit language from India is superior. The Urdu and Arab languages are superior. The Chinese language is superior,” he said.

During the debate, Hasan had used Bahasa Malaysia while selectively using English words like ‘superior’ to describe the non-English languages.

The Dewan erupted in laughter when Noor Amin Ahmad (PH-PKR-Kangar) asked Hasan whether there there was a Bahasa Malaysia word equivalent to the English word ‘superior’.

Looking momentarily embarrassed, a smiling Hasan looked around sheepishly and asked for a Bahasa Malaysia equivalent to ‘superior’, to which he then used the Bahasa Malaysia word ‘lebih unggul’ (more superior) to describe the ‘superior’ quality of non-English languages.

“When India, Pakistan and Bangladesh was colonised (and the colonisers) used the English language (in those areas that have become independent countries today), they (India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh) became under-developed,” Hasan ploughed on.

Hasan explained that developed economies like Japan, China, France, and Germany advanced themselves without relying on the English language.

https://www.nst.com.my/news/nation/2018/10/423616/rompin-mp-cautions-against-deifying-english-says-it-not-intellectual

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Taiwan: Puyuma Express Train derails, 18 dead, 170+ injured…

22 October 2018

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At least 18 people were killed and 168 injured when a tourist train derailed in Yilan, northern Taiwan, on Sunday, in the worst accident of its kind on the island for 37 years.

The Taiwan Railway Administration said earlier that the death toll had risen to 22 but later found that “four additional deaths” were double calculation at hospitals.

“The Puyuma Express train, with 366 passengers aboard, overturned at 4.50pm near Hsinma station in Suao township,” Lu Chieh-sheng, director of the Taiwan Railways Administration, said.

Most of the victims died on the train while others succumbed to their injuries in hospital, he said.

A further 168 people were hurt and had been taken to four nearby hospitals for treatment, he said.
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Lim Kit Siang challenges the MCA: Do you dare denounce Najib and 1MDB?

21 October 2018

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Zahid Hamidi: His wife, daughter and grand daughter…

22 October 2018

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The millionaire mother’s abuse of her child

Opinion  |  Mariam Mokhtar

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COLUMN | There is a Malay expression, “Bapak borek, anak rintek“. The latest adaptation, is “Bapa borek, anak rintek, cucu pun dua-kali-lima” (like father, like child and grandchild).

Nurulhidayah Ahmad Zahid is a ‘datuk’, a fashion designer, and the head of corporate communications at Syarikat Perumahan Negara Bhd. She is alleged to be a multimillionaire, and almost a billionaire; but in the eyes of many, Nurulhidayah has failed as a mother, a woman and a Malay.

Last week, Malaysians were treated to a 28-second video clip starring her nine-year-old daughter, and granddaughter of Umno-Baru president, Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

Dressed in a mock orange MACC felon’s T-shirt, the child issued a threat in English: “…I would make your life un-peaceful (sic).”

Only a daft and unthinking person would abuse a child in such a vile manner and teach her to seek revenge.

Suspicion naturally fell on her mother, Nurulhidayah, a woman whose arrogance is legendary. The child would not have issued the threat without adequate prompting and coaching from her mother, who then posted the vile message on her Instagram account. How irresponsible.

How could she ask her daughter to say: “…I will make you regret your life. Remember – I am only nine-years-old and I am my country’s future”?

Nurulhidayah’s parenting skills need examination. People are furious with the manner in which Zahid and his former boss, the disgraced former prime minister Najib Abdul Razak, almost bankrupted Malaysia and left it with an RM1 trillion debt.

The child may be targeted by cybertrolls. She may suffer a backlash at school, for defending a man who is reputed to be a thug.

Her grandfather Zahid is not an exemplary politician. He threatened journalists and newspapers. He claimed to be the friend of the Malay triad, Tiga Line. His incoherent rumblings at the United Nations put Malaysia to shame. He is alleged to have assaulted Nurulhidayah’s one-time male companion, Amir Bazli Abdullah.

What will Nurulhidayah tell the daughter if the charges levied against Zahid by the MACC are proven in court?

With a father who was the former deputy prime minister, Nurulhidayah was feared and could do no wrong. In 2015, she slagged-off MAS stewardesses for being old. In a Facebook rant, she accused Bersih 4 organisers of being stupid. She toyed with the idea of putting herself up for election in Kajang, but even Zahid knew her limits and that she was courting trouble, and stopped her.

It is commendable that she would spring to her father’s defence, just like Najib’s daughter, when he was arrested, but both women merely invited more scorn.
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Her embattled father is the Umno-Baru president and leader of the opposition. Having been arrested and charged with 45 charges of criminal breach of trust, money laundering and abuse of power involving over RM114 million, he is now on RM2 million bail.
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The exploitation of Nurulhidayah’s young daughter to seek revenge and issue threats is breathtaking in its display of arrogance and stupidity.

If she is dissatisfied with the treatment of her father by the Malaysian government, then perhaps she should take her father’s advice – and leave.


MARIAM MOKHTAR is a defender of the truth, the admiral-general of the Green Bean Army and president of the Perak Liberation Organisation (PLO). Blog, Twitter.

The views expressed here are those of the author/contributor and do not necessarily represent the views of Malaysiakini.

21 October 2018

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Deputy Women, Family and Community Development Minister Hannah Yeoh says Nurulhidayah Ahmad Zahid should protect her child on the internet.

“Parents should protect their children and not allow such videos of them to be floating on the internet,” Yeoh said in a Twitter posting today.

This was after Nurulhidayah, the daughter of former deputy prime minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, posted a video of her child in a mock MACC lockup T-shirt.

In the video, the nine-year-old is heard saying: “I will make your life unpeaceful, I will make you regret your life.”

This was in response to the prosecution’s decision to slap charges of graft and money laundering against her grandfather.

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/448274

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Watch: Zahid‘s granddaughter issues defiant message to opponents.

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While unflinchingly facing the camera of a mobile phone held by a fellow occupant of a moving motor vehicle, the girl declares: “You can lock my grandpa up, but not his soul and his fighting spirit. We are his family and we’ll never stop praying for him. I will make your life un-peaceful (sic). I will make you regret your life. Remember – I am only 9-years-old and I am my country’s future.”

The fiery address has chalked up over 75,000 views as of Saturday night, but comments have been disallowed for the post, despite Nurulhidayah’s 221,000 presumably sympathetic followers.

However, in spite of the fighting words, Sofee’s tone is measured and her delivery halting – halfway through her monologue she even pauses to scratch her neck and exhale slowly, as if to calm her nerves.

The jury is out on whether she had been coached.

https://www.nst.com.my/news/nation/2018/10/423187/watch-zahids-granddaughter-issues-defiant-message-opponents

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Zahid Hamidi as DPM and Home Minister said in August 2017 that the Crime Index was reduced by 100%…

30 August 2017

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Malaysia must be the safest country in the world if Zahid is to be believed. Crime index reduced by 100% & terrorist rehab success 87.5%.

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28 August 2017

Crime index reduced by 100%, says Zahid


Low Han Shaun 

GOVERNMENT figures show a 100% reduction in the crime index for every 100,000 local residents and foreigners, Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said today.

The reduction is based on the National Key Results Areas (NKRA) Key Performance Index (KPI) assessment of the police.

“I am happy to announce a few extraordinary achievements of departments and agencies under the Home Ministry for extraordinary KPIs under the NKRA, NKEA (National Key Economic Area) and MKRA (Ministerial Key Result Area).”

“For the police, there is a reduction in crime index for every 100,000 local residents and foreigners, its community engagement index is also at at 82%,” Zahid said at the ministry’s morning assembly at Putrajaya today.

A month ago, Zahid was reported as saying that the public still viewed the police as ineffective even though the national crime rate had been cut by 47% in the past six years.

Zahid said there would always be “individuals, groups and organisations” that would be “envious” of the Home Ministry’s achievements.
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Zahid said his ministry had been “victimised” by the online media, and that the media had to report the ministry’s achievements fairly.

“We do not need praise, we only need recognition by the public that we are doing something for the betterment of the nation,” he said.

https://www.themalaysianinsight.com/s/12615/

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Things Zahid Hamidi shouldn’t have said to hurt the feelings of Malaysians…

19 October 2018

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Kak Long Nurul boleh kot ikut nasihat ayah dia. Daripada dok meroyan kat IG dan FB, boleh juga try leave the country
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16 May 2013

New home minister tells unhappy Malaysians to emigrate

PETALING JAYA (MAY 16): Newly-appointed Home Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said Malaysians who are unhappy with the country’s political system should leave the country, stressing that loyal citizens should respect the rule of law. In his first opinion piece printed in Utusan Malaysia since receiving the portfolio yesterday, Ahmad Zahid wrote that the illegal gatherings held across the country by Pakatan Rakyat was a form of escapism and the denial of the fact that it failed to take control of Putrajaya. The minister added that the opposition was overconfident with the support it received from voters. “Even if it is true that the opposition had claimed a greater majority, the measurement used by the opposition had been manipulated to follow the list system or the single transferable vote system,” he said in column entitled “Perhimpunan haram sebab tak terima hakikat gagal kuasai Putrajaya.” (Illegal gathering because refuses to accept failure in controlling Putrajaya) “Malaysia inherited the political system from the United Kingdom and many Commonwealth countries also use the first past the post system where political parties contesting in the election will only have one representative in each constituency with the principle of a simple majority of votes,” he added. He said opposition leaders, especially those from PKR and DAP, have been irresponsible in confusing young Chinese voters and their followers who are “politically blind” to dress in black to protest against the result of the 13th general election which they believe is for them due to the popular vote. “If these people wish to adopt the list system or the single transferable vote used by countires with the republic form of government, then they should migrate to these countries to practise their political beliefs. “Malaysia is not a country to translate their political beliefs, even if they are really loyal to this country, they should accept the political system and the existing system to form a government as enshrined in the Federal Constitution,” he said. He said PR must recognise and accept that the voters have rejected their rule in accordance to the first past the post system. “Illegal gatherings organised as roadshows are just an escapism by the opposition to run away from the fact that they have failed to capture Putrajaya. “The opposition was actually over confident) with the support of the voters and manipulated the various issues with false promises in its manifesto that they know will not be able to implement,” he said. He also pointed out that PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang had already accepted the results and disagreed with the illegal gatherings by PKR and DAP. “People are getting fed up with the behaviour of a number of opposition leaders who are dragging in the young, especially those of Chinese descent, by fanning the flames of hatred and racism in a pluralistic society which has already fostered a sense of harmony. “The opposition is also questioning the authority of the Election Commission (EC) which had allegedly manipulated the votes. It is an outrageous accusation when the EC have observed most of their demands including the use of indelible ink that is only used by the third world countries,” he said.
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http://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/new-home-minister-tells-unhappy-malaysians-emigrate

13 April 2018

Best not to vote if you can’t get leave, Zahid tells M’sians in S’pore

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GE14 | Caretaker deputy prime minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi says Malaysians working in Singapore need not return to vote in the 14th general election (GE14) if they can’t get leave on May 9.

Asked what his advice for Johoreans working in Singapore was when it comes to voting, said it was up to them whether they wanted to come back.

“We have announced a public holiday on voting day, so it is up to them if they want to come back to vote or otherwise.

“In my view, the government neither encourages nor discourages (returning to vote) as that is an individual right.

“But if the employer from said country (Singapore) does not permit (their Malaysian workers to take leave), then I think the best thing to do is to not come back to vote,” he said at a press conference in Kluang, Johor today.

GE14 will be held midweek on a Wednesday much to the ire of many voters.

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/419760

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10 Taxi drivers walk out of meeting with Dr Mahathir at Langkawi: No, don’t resign as PM…

21 October 2018

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A taxi association claims that the group of cabbies who disrupted an event with Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad in Langkawi could possibly be saboteurs.

Association of Malaysia Taxi Drivers, Rental Cars, Premium Executive Limo (Perjiwa) chairperson Zailani Isaisuludin said those who caused the ruckus by heckling Mahathir and walking out were not members of the association.

“Maybe they were paid by certain quarters to disrupt the event… I reject claims that they were members of Perjiwa. I don’t know them at all,” Zailani, who is also Bukit Bintang Bersatu chief, was quoted as saying by Astro Awani.

According to reports, the cabbies were upset that Mahathir would not commit to abolishing ridesharing service Grab. 

The prime minister said Putrajaya will seek a mechanism to level the playing field between taxis and ride-sharing services, instead of an outright ban of the latter.

Mahathir also offered to resign as premier during the walkout.

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LANGKAWI: Somewhat upset by the action of several taxi drivers who took to leaving a dialogue midway, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said he was prepared to resign as Prime Minister.

Stating the fact that he had retired before, the prime minister who was attending a dialogue session with Langkawi taxi drivers, here, today, remarked that the reason for his comeback was because many had asked for his help to fix the country.

During the dialogue session, some taxi drivers had refused to accept Dr Mahathir’s explanation on Grab, leading to them walking out of the session while it was still taking place.

“If you don’t want me to be Prime Minister, today I resign. Not a problem for me,” he said.

The small group of 10 cabbies behaved in a rude manner as they uttered harsh words and made noise before staging their walkout while Dr Mahathir was giving an explanation on the issue of e-hailing.

The session saw the attendance of some 200 Langkawi taxi drivers who claimed that their livelihood was affected as Grab had been ‘stealing’ their customers.

Earlier, Dr Mahathir said Grab would be asked to use vehicles approved by the government as well as pay insurance and taxes just like normal taxis in a bid to ensure fair competition.

“I have brought this up in Cabinet… I told the minister (Transport) to fix it, but unfortunately, there has been no progress.

“I will try again… I too feel it is unfair. This matter has my attention but I cannot give my assurance that Grab will be abolished, but we can make them equal like taxis,” he said.

https://www.nst.com.my/news/nation/2018/10/423246/i-can-resign-upset-dr-m-tells-rude-cabbies

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PUTRAJAYA: Cab drivers are giving Lim Guan Eng 24 hours to explain why e-hailing service Grab is given “preferential treatment” to provide complementary services to commuters.

They are demanding that the Finance Minister resolve this issue that discriminates taxi drivers, failing which they will organise pickets nationwide.

A group of tax drivers was led by Datuk Shamsubahrin Ismail, who is the founder of Big Blue Taxi Facilities Sdn Bhd, to the Finance Ministry to hand over a memorandum to the minister.

“We want explanations as to why the Pakatan Harapan government, which we threw our support for during the general election, has sidelined us,” he said when met at MoF on Wednesday (Oct 16).

Tony Pua, who is the political secretary to the Finance Minister, was reported to have said that the government is in talks with e-hailing company Grab to provide complementary transport services to commuters.

He said the move is to help the government to defray the cost of some of the public transport expenditure.
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Deepak, his brother & their company sue Najib, Rosmah & several others…

Deepak has filed an RM676 million suit against the couple and two companies (Boustead Holdings Sdn Bhd and Bakti Development Wira Sdn Bhd) for purportedly conspiring and exerting undue influence on him over three parcels of land near Bukit Raja, Klang.

https://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2018/10/19/najib-says-deepaks-claims-complete-fabrication/

Deepak, his brother, and their company had named Najib, Rosmah, Najib’s brother Ahmad Johari Razak, former Tabung Haji chairperson Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim and Bank Rakyat chairperson Shukry Mohd Salleh as defendants in the suit, which was filed on Sept 12.

https://www.malaysia-chronicle.com/?p=140493

19 October 2018

PETALING JAYA: Former prime minister Najib Razak and wife Rosmah Mansor have instructed their lawyers to challenge two suits filed by businessman Deepak Jaikishan who accused the couple of causing him to lose millions of ringgit worth of land as well as forcing him to take some RM200 million in loans.

“Deepak’s accusations against us in his suits are a complete fabrication, an afterthought and baseless,” Najib told FMT today.

“His accusations against us are illogical and nothing more than an attempt to cast aspersions against us through the filing of these civil suits,” he said, adding that the suits would be “vigorously” opposed.

Beside Najib and Rosmah, Deepak is also suing Boustead Holdings Sdn Bhd and Bakti Development Wira Sdn Bhd accusing them of interfering in a property deal in Selangor that caused his company Astacanggih Sdn Bhd to suffer huge losses.

Deepak wants the court to award him RM656 million in damages or to return two pieces of land covering 223 acres in Kapar to him.

https://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2018/10/19/najib-says-deepaks-claims-complete-fabrication/

18 October 2018

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 17 —  Amid ongoing legal battles, former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor now find themselves at the centre of two more lawsuits, this time involving carpet dealer Deepak Jaikishan.

Malaysiakini reported that Deepak has filed an RM676 million suit against the couple and two companies for purportedly conspiring and exerting undue influence on him over three parcels of land near Bukit Raja, Klang.

In 2005, the land was privatised by Awan Megah and offered to Astacanggih Sdn Bhd, where Deepak is a majority shareholder, for RM118.57 million.

An acquisition agreement reportedly was made two years later.

He then claimed that Selangor Wanita Umno chief Raja Ropiaah Raja Abdullah, who owns Awan Megah, had tried to sell the land to GuppyUnip Sdn Bhd in 2010 in spite of their prior agreement.

To which, Deepak responded with a legal suit. He said, however, he was pressured by authorities to drop the suit, resulting in multiple “losses”.

He also alleged that Najib and Rosmah used Lembaga Tabung Angkatan Tentera (LTAT) to acquire his 80 per cent share of Astacanggih via Boustead through its subsidiary Bakti Wira.

Deepak now is seeking for the return of his shares, on top of RM600 million in general damages, RM50 million of exemplary damages and RM26 million in aggravated damages.

It is understood that the suit was served on all parties yesterday.

Concurrently, Deepak, his younger brother Rajesh Jaikishan, and their company Radiant Splendour Sdn Bhd are also suing Najib and Rosmah for RM52.6 million.

https://www.malaymail.com/s/1683976/now-najib-and-rosmah-face-two-legal-suits-exceeding-rm700mil#.W8e8r3iabYk.twitter

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Former premier Najib Abdul Razak and his wife Rosmah Mansor have appointed lawyer David Matthews to represent them in an RM52.6 million suit filed by carpet businessperson Deepak Jaikishan, his younger brother Rajesh Jaikishan, and their company Radiant Splendour Sdn Bhd.

Last month, when the case was called before Kuala Lumpur High Court judge S Nantha Balan, the couple had yet to appoint lawyers for the case.

Deepak’s lawyer Mohd Haniff Khatri Abdulla, who attended case management today, confirmed Matthews’ appointment when met by reporters from the High Court chambers.

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Former premier Najib Abdul Razak and his wife Rosmah Mansor have appointed lawyer David Matthews to represent them in an RM52.6 million suit filed by carpet businessperson Deepak Jaikishan, his younger brother Rajesh Jaikishan, and their company Radiant Splendour Sdn Bhd.

Last month, when the case was called before Kuala Lumpur High Court judge Justice S Nantha Balan, the couple had yet to appoint lawyers for the case.

Deepak’s lawyer Mohd Haniff Khatri Abdulla, who attended case management today, confirmed Matthews’ appointment when met by reporters from the High Court chambers.

Deepak, his brother, and their company had named Najib, Rosmah, Najib’s brother Ahmad Johari Razak, former Tabung Haji chairperson Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim and Bank Rakyat chairperson Shukry Mohd Salleh as defendants in the suit, which was filed on Sept 12.

The plaintiffs are claiming losses and the torts of conspiracy, fraud, malfeasance and abuse of process, all of which they claim Najib and Rosmah are responsible for.

This comes after Deepak, his brother, and their company were allegedly forced to take out an RM198 million loan from Bank Rakyat on behalf of Najib and Rosmah.

In turn, the plaintiffs’ ownership of a master title for 80 condominium units on a parcel of land in Kuala Lumpur had been used as the deed of assignment for the deal in 2008.

In return, Radiant Splendour and the two plaintiffs were appointed as the proxies for Najib and Rosmah for the Menara Angkasaraya and Bukit Raja land deals worth RM2 billion.

However, on April 19, 2013, the plaintiffs entered into a settlement agreement with Bank Rakyat following failure to service the loan.

The plaintiffs claimed that due to the loan default, Najib’s brother Johari and his firm were appointed to sell the condominium at a loss in 2014.

It was further claimed that Deepak and the other plaintiffs were pressured by Najib and Rosmah as the pair allegedly did not want Deepak to agree to a suit filed by A Santamil Selvi, the widow of private investigator P Balasubramaniam, and her children.

Senior lawyer Muhammad Shafee Abdullah had been appointed by the former premier and his wife to represent Deepak in the first suit.

Deepak and the other plaintiffs are seeking RM10 million each from the five defendants, and another RM2.6 million in exemplary damages and aggravated damages as deemed fit by the court.

This follows the losses the Jaikishans suffered following the sale of the condominium, which they claimed was made at the behest of the defendants below market price.

https://www.malaysia-chronicle.com/?p=140493

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Of the robbing of jewellery shops, there is no end…

17 October 2018

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A goldsmith in Taman Bangi Avenue’s CS Supermarket was the scene of a dramatic stick-up last Friday, with two videos of the incident being leaked online. The time stamp in the second clip indicates the robbery occurred at 1:45pm, on Friday, October 12.

https://coconuts.co/kl/news/terrifying-jewelry-heist-mall-captured-cctv-shoppers-camera/

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Terrifying jewelry heist in mall captured on CCTV and shopper’s camera

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A goldsmith in Taman Bangi Avenue’s CS Supermarket was the scene of a dramatic stick-up last Friday, with two videos of the incident being …

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