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‘Don’t use my truths to spin untruths’

 | January 2, 2013

Deepak Jaikishan asked those who stand for truth to support his crusade and not resort to lies and politics.

KUALA LUMPUR: “Carpet man” Deepak Jaikishan today lashed out at PKR for claiming that he had bought RM13 million worth of jewellery for Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak’s wife, Rosmah Mansor.

He alleged that the documents that PKR director of strategy Rafizi Ramli had shown to the media today was “not mine”.

“Honestly, I don’t know what he is talking about. I’ve never seen the documents Rafizi is producing. Those are not my documents. He has to come forward and tell us where he got these documents from,” Deepak told a press conference at a hotel here.

But when asked if the allegations being made were true or false, Deepak said that he would not comment at this moment as it was a “very fragile issue”. He added that he was seeking legal advice over Rafizi’s exposé today.

“I was caught off guard [by Rafizi’s exposé ]. I am shocked. Even if you want to put something out, it must be the truth. Be brave. Be sincere and not political,” he said.

Deepak denied ever seeing Rafizi though he admitted he has tried to contact him recently to work together in exposing in a proper manner.

“I don’t want my truth to be used by political parties. Rafizi, please don’t use my crusade for your political mileage. If you are with me, then let’s stand hand in hand.”

Deepak also asked PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim to “do it right”.

“He can’t stand behind Rafizi and send out all these missiles because they are going in all the wrong directions.

“You must be sincere and consistent,” he said, adding that he was disappointed with Anwar’s continual denial of having met him (Deepak) and agreeing to help him with the PKR solicitors.

“I’m alone in the desert. I need support,” he said.

Deepak said he would invite all groups, including both Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Rakyat, to assist him in “exposing the truth”.

“But even if there is no support, I will still go forward all the way. But now I’m calling out to all sides. It can even be an Umno man or even MCA president’s son Chua Tee Yong.”

Booklet on Rosmah tomorrow

Deepak also said that his booklet “Black Rose” will finally be made public tomorrow after repeated delays.

He said that the 26-page publication will be printed and given out to a selected group of friends but will be put online for public viewing and self-printing.

“It is about the SD2 [second statutory declaration] and everything I’ve revealed, with more details,” he said.

He also said he had more truth to expose following this.

“I’ll be back. I’ll be back,” he said.

Meanwhile, Deepak told FMT that the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has sought him out to provide further statements in its investigations into the SD matter.

“An MACC investigating officer called me, asking me to come in to clarify certain points. It was supposed to be on Monday but it was postponed to later this week,” he said.

He also urged the Bar Council to immediately clarify with a senior lawyer and his son who were allegedly involved in the making of private investigator P Balasubramaniam’s SD2, the contents of which have since been denied by both Balasubramaniam and Deepak.

Deepak had previously said that he was asked by Rosmah to “deal” with Balasubramaniam to retract his first SD which had linked Najib with murdered Mongolian woman Altantuya Shaariibuu by producing the second SD.

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