Najib Camp Challenges Mahathir If You Want To Deport Zakir Naik You Must Also Extradite Ananda Krishnan Back To India
South East Asia's second richest man, Ananda Krishnan, attends the Allen & Co Media Conference in Sun Valley, Idaho in this July 11, 2012 file photo. Malaysia's second-richest man, Krishnan, is in talks with state firm 1MDB to become a cornerstone investor in a long-delayed, $3 billion listing of its power assets, two people familiar with the matter said on January 15, 2015. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS PROFILE)Pakatan Harapan is classifying Dr Zakir Naik as a threat to national security while Ananda Krishnan is only a thief. Hence Dr Zakir has to be extradited back to India while there is no reason to extradite Ananda Krishnan, especially since he is Mahathir’s proxy and business partner.Today, the court was told that the MACC began investigating SRC International after Sarawak Report published articles on the matter. However, the MACC does not know where Sarawak Report obtained its information from, the court was told
MACC investigating officer Rosli Hussain said he had read a report titled “Sensational Findings! – Prime Minister Najib Razak’s Personal Accounts Linked to 1MDB Money Trail, Malaysia Exclusive” published by Sarawak Report on 2nd July 2015
However, he did not meet or interview Sarawak Report founder and editor Clare Rewcastle Brown as part of the probe. “I also did not investigate how they obtained information that was published on its website that day.”
Clare Rewcastle Brown is Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s tool to attack Najib Tun RazakIt is common knowledge that Clare was working with Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and that the information Sarawak Report received was provided by Mahathir’s people
Anyway, on another matter, it appears that Mahathir has withdrawn his protection for Dr Zakir Naik and from the way things are going Dr Zakir is going to be deported and most likely extradited back to India very soon
Tun Dr Mahathir refuses to hand over Ananda Krishnan to IndiaIndia also wants Ananda Krishnan extradited to face charges in India but Dr Mahathir is still protecting him and refuses to layan India. It is also common knowledge that Ananda Krishnan is Dr Mahathir’s proxy for the many business deals he is engaged in. So there is no way Mahathir can throw him under the bus
Pakatan Harapan is classifying Dr Zakir Naik as a threat to national security while Ananda Krishnan is only a thief. Hence Dr Zakir has to be extradited back to India while there is no reason to extradite Ananda Krishnan, especially since he is Mahathir’s proxy and business partner
Report: Ananda Krishnan, ex-lieutenant Marshall under graft charge in India(Malay Mail Onine, 20 July 2018) – Telecommunications tycoon Tan Sri T. Ananda Krishnan and his former aide Ralph Marshall were charged by the Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI) with corruption, according to a report.The Times of India reported that Ananda, who is Maxis and Astro substantial shareholder, and Marshall, who was former deputy chairman at Astro were charged yesterday.In September 2016, an Indian court had issued an arrest warrant for the the Malaysian billionaire in connection with an investigation into alleged phone-licence corruption.They were charged alongside with P. Chidambaram, the former finance minister of India, Chidambaram’s son Karti, two serving Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officers, Sanjay Krishna and Deepak Kumar Singh.Former economic affairs secretary Ashok Jha and the former Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) additional secretary, Ashok Chawla were also charged.They were all charged in connection to the controversial Maxis- Aircel deal. The charges carry a maximum sentence of seven years imprisonment if convicted.
The charges revolve around the clearance Chidambaram gave to Maxis in 2006 during his tenure as finance minister to allowing Maxis to bring in 3,200 crore (RM1.8 billion) to the the country far exceeding FIPB’s limit of authority of 600 crore.Among other things, The Times of India reported that Maxis sought to buy 18 crore shares of Indian telco Aircel at the rate of Rs 10, totalling Rs 180 crore.CBI alleged that the real value of the deal stood at 3,200 crore.However, FIPB only disclosed the face value of the shares at 1,800 crore so that it could give Maxis ,which had already owned 74 per cent of Aircel at that juncture a waiver from being referred to the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA).“When the file was in FIPB, every aspect of Maxis’s investment, including the face value amount and the premium amount was discussed by senior official several time. Chidambaram himself was involved and gave oral instructions on a few occasions. Everyone knew it was an illegal proposal, yet it was approved at the finance minister’s level,” said Times of India quoting CBI.
The agency claimed that while Maxis obtained FIPB’s approval on March 13, 2006, two weeks later on March 29, Advance Strategic Consulting Pvt Ltd a firm indirectly connected to Karti issued an invoice of Rs 29 lakh (RM 181,000) to Aircel for services related to “market survey”. Aircel made the payment of April 1, 2006.CBI also claimed that weeks later another company allegedly run by Karti, Chess Management Pvt Ltd received Rs 87 lakh from subsidiary companies of Maxis for allegedly providing “software services.”These payments according to the CBI were kickbacks for the approval given by the finance ministry to Maxis.Chidambaram is the second former minister to be implicated in this deal. Earlier, telecom minister, Dayanidhi Maran was charged by CBI for allegedly forcing the Indian promoter to sell Aircel to Maxis.-Raja Petra Kamarudin– https://www.malaysia-today.net
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