Thursday, July 10, 2008

Najib have no knowledge of anything

Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia, the number two man in Malaysia said he have no knowledge of anything. Did his tongue slipped and twisted or he really meant it.

If his tongue slipped, then the medias and the bloggers are having a field day mocking his stupidity. If he really meant it that he have no knowledge of anything, then probably Allah cannot saved Malaysia for putting a no-brainer as the number two in the government.

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I have no knowledge of anything: Najib

Pekan: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said he knew nothing about the statutory declaration made by private investigator P Balasubramaniam, retracting the earlier declaration which he made under duress and because he was disappointed with the Government.

"I have no knowledge of anything," said the Deputy Prime Minister.

He said this when asked to comment on the latest statutory declaration made by Balasubramaniam on Friday which denied all the allegations he had made that linked Najib to the Mongolian woman, Altantuya Shaariibuu.

In his statutory declaration on Friday, Balasubramaniam admitted that his earlier statutory declaration was inaccurate and untrue.

At a press conference on Friday, Balasubramaniam's lawyer, M Arulampalam clarified that his client had made the statutory declaration on July 1 under duress and because he was disappointed with the Government.

Asked whether the earlier statutory declaration by the private investigator had affected his image, Najib replied: "I have to face it, what can I do. I have to accept the fact that in Malaysian politics one can resort to dirty tactics, it's even alright to manipulate the law as long as one's objective is achieved."

Najib said he was leaving it to the authorities to take whatever action against the private investigator.

"This (statutory declaration) should not have been made. I regret that it had happened because, firstly, it concerns a case that is still pending in court. If it happens in other countries, action would have been taken against those committing contempt of court.

"What I regret is that there was an opposition leader who was also involved in the press conference concerning a case (Altantuya murder trial) that is still pending in court. It is a matter that concerns the law. It concerns the fate of three people who are facing a very serious charge in court, why should we involve politics and so on in the matter," he said.- Bernama

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