Junjurkan Najib buat ikrar tidak lawan Pak Lah?-Malaysiakini

Monday, June 16, 2008

Oleh S. C. Adnan

TIMBALAN Perdana Menteri (TPM) Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak menegaskan,beliau tidak akan mengambil alih kepemimpinan Umno dan negara denganmemusnahkan parti yang bapanya sendiri (Allahyarham Tun Abdul RazakHussein) membanntu menubuhkannya.

Bercakap di London, Najib dipetik sebagai berkata; "Saya datangdaripada keluarga di mana ayahanda saya membantu menubuhkan Umno dansaya bukannya anak lelaki yang memusnahkan parti. Saya mahu terusmembangunkan parti ini,"Bukan main ramai yang terkejut dengan kenyataan Najib itu keranaselama ini Najib lebih banyak berdiam diri, seolah-olah memasangstrategi mahu merampas jawatan Presiden Umno dari Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi dengan beregu bersama Tan Sri Muhyiddin Mohd Yassin,membuat desakan supaya peralihan kuasa dilakukan dalam kadar segera.

Ada sumber memberitahu, Najib sudah menyusun gerakan untuk mengutippencalonan sebagai Presiden Umno hingga menyebabkan penyandang jawatanPresiden, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi tidak cukup percalonan.Mungkin orang yang paling kecewa dengan pendirian Najib ini ialahMuhyiddin yang sudah bersedia untuk bertanding jawatan TimbalanPesiden Umno. Namun, kata-kata Najib ini tetap kata-kata orangpolitik.Sila rujuk Berita Harian 4 Julai 2002, berita bertajuk' Dr Mahathirjanji terus khidmat kepada parti, negara' – dengan apa yang berlakusekarang, apabila Dr. Mahathir terus menerus menyerang PerdanaMenteri.

Berita yang dilaporkan dari Subang, Dr. Mahathir berjanji untuk tidakmenghampakan harapan rakyat, sebaliknya terus member khidmat kepadaUmno dan negara walaupun tidak lagi memegang sebarang jawatan selepasOktober 2003.Dr. Mahathir juga akan menemui semua lapisan masyarakat dan partikomponen Barisan Nasional (BN) untuk menjelaskan dasar kerajaan sertakepentingan negara dalam meneruskan amalan baik yang sedia ada.

Sebelum itu, Berita Harian Khamis 27 Jun 2002, Datuk Mokhzani TunMahathir yakin Datuk Seri Abdullah bakal sehebat bapanya. Dia dipetiksebagai berkata; "Saya yakin Pak Lah berupaya memimpin negara dengancemerlang dan perlu sokongan daripada semua tanpa sebarang keraguan."Anda perlu ingat, apabila bapa saya dinamakan Timbalan PerdanaMenteri oleh Tun Hussein Onn dan Perdana Menteri selepas itu, orangramai mempersoalkan sama ada dia boleh memimpin atau tidak."Kemudian beliau membuktikannya. Keadaan Pak Lah sekarang mungkinsama dilalui bapa 21 tahun lalu.

Saya yakin Pak Lah akhirnya akanBerjaya seperti bapa saya nanti,"Dari perkembangan ini dan cerita bagaimana Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahimberjanji tidak akan melawan Tun Ghafar Baba sebagai Timbalan PresidenUmno dalam tahun 1993, yang akhirnya menjadi sebaliknya, banyak pihakmencurigai ikrar Datuk Seri Najib.Kata mereka, ketika Pak Lah diserang hebat, Najib tidak kelihatanmempertahankan Pak Lah. Malahan, ketika Tan Sri Muhyiddin dilihatterlalu banyak bercakap soal peralihan kuasa, Najib seolah-olahbersetuju dengan Muhyiddin supaya ia perlu disegerakan.

Tidak hairanlah, ada pihak yang meramalkan Muhyiddin mungkin'bekerjasama' dengan Najib mengatur strategi supaya peralihan kuasaberjalan dalam masa terdekat, sebelum sampai Disember nanti.Seorang penganalisis politik, Prof Dr Shamsul Amri Baharuddin menyebutNajib terlalu dia ketika isu peralihan kuasa diperkatakan. Tidakhairanlah kalau ada yang berpendapat, Najib cuba bermain selamat,menunjukkan dia seorang yang baik dan ingin mendapat sesuatu denganmudah.Apabila Pak Lah mengulangi bahawa penggantinya adalah 'orang Pahang'di hadapan Ketua-ketua Cawangan Umno dari Pahang dalam satu perjumpaandi PWTC baru-baru ini, ramai yang mengatakan Pak Lah terlalu ikhlasdengan Najib tetapi keikhlasan Najin tidak dapat dilihat.

Seorang ahli perniagaan dari Melaka yang enggan namanya disebutberkata, "Saya berharap Najib tidak seperti ahli politik yang lain,termasuk Dr. Mahathir dan Mokhzani yang cakap tidak serupa bikin."Jadilah seseorang yang betul-betul ikhlas dan mengotakan apa yangdikata. Jangan ingat semua orang mudah lupa dan kita boleh bercakapikut suka-suka."Seorang penulis bebas dari utara tanahair berpendapat, Najib perlumendisiplinkan Muhyiddin jika dia benar-benar ikhlas terhadap Pak Lah."Mustahil Muhyiddin bertindak sendirian.

Dia mesti mempuyai 'mentor'yang menjadikan dia terlalu yakin untuk bertanding jawatan yang lebihtinggi dari apa yang disandangnya sekarang. Saya rasa, Najib mungkinada pakatan dengan Muhyiddin," tegasnya.Jika Najib jujur, Pak Lah pula ikhlas, Umno akan kembali kuat dansesiapa sahaja yang menggantikan kepimpinan hari ini akan dapatmenerajui sebuah parti yang betul-betul kuat dan berdisiplin.Parti-parti pembangkang memang seronok melihat Umno bergolak keranakelemahan Umno merupakan kekuatan mereka dan kekuatan Umno adalahmerupakan kelemahan mereka.

6 comments:

isabella said...

jujur...

Anonymous said...

isabella kalu aku jubo kau, kau kira jujur jugak ke. hahahahaa

bongkar said...

'They had the same name'

This drew protests from the prosecution and a verbal exchange ensued on the relevance of the question.

"I have no record of this," judge Mohammed Zaki Mohammed Yasin said, referring to Burmaa's comment about the picture.

The prosecution also said they had no record, prompting Karpal to fire back: "Don't hide things in this court!"

"I am not hiding things. Shut up for the moment," replied lead prosecutor Tun Majid Tun Hamzah.

Karpal turned to the judge and said, "He is out here to conceal this."

Judge Zaki then allowed Karpal to question the witness about the picture. The veteran lawyer proceeded to ask Burmaa what was depicted in the photograph.

“She (Altantuya) was having a meal at a round table with Razak (Baginda), a Malaysian government official and other people,” she replied.

bongkar said...

Najib seen with Altantuya


A Mongolian witness caused a stir in court today when she revealed that murdered Mongolian national Altantuya Shaariibuu had been photographed having a meal with a Malaysian government official named 'Najib Razak'.

Burmaa Oyunchimeg (left), also known as Amy, told the Shah Alam High Court that Altantuya had shown her the photo in Hong Kong when she returned from a trip to France.

It is believed that the government official in the photograph is Deputy Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak, who has close ties with political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda.

The latter has been charged with abetting the murder of Altantuya, 28.

Najib has previously denied that he had personally met the murdered woman and that he heard of her only from newspaper reports after Altantuya was murdered.

This morning, Burmaa, 26, mentioned the photograph when re-examined by DPP Manoj Kurup.

Manoj was asking whether she had personal knowledge of Altantuya’s disappearance.

Burmaa began her answer conveyed by her translator Enkhjargal Tsetsgee that she knew Altantuya had come to see Razak who happens to be the only person she knows in Malaysia.

“I know why she wanted to see Razak Baginda - I have seen pictures of Altantuya with Razak and a government official,” she said.

After Burmaa said that, prosecutor Manoj abruptly cut her off.

But 20 minutes later, lawyer Karpal Singh, who is holding a watching brief for the deceased’s family, sought permission from the court to pose a question on the photograph.

bongkar said...

'They had the same name'

This drew protests from the prosecution and a verbal exchange ensued on the relevance of the question.

"I have no record of this," judge Mohammed Zaki Mohammed Yasin said, referring to Burmaa's comment about the picture.

The prosecution also said they had no record, prompting Karpal to fire back: "Don't hide things in this court!"

"I am not hiding things. Shut up for the moment," replied lead prosecutor Tun Majid Tun Hamzah.

Karpal turned to the judge and said, "He is out here to conceal this."

Judge Zaki then allowed Karpal to question the witness about the picture. The veteran lawyer proceeded to ask Burmaa what was depicted in the photograph.

“She (Altantuya) was having a meal at a round table with Razak (Baginda), a Malaysian government official and other people,” she replied.

Karpal then asked her on the identity of the government official, and she replied: “I remember the name Najib Razak, they had the same name, ‘Razak’. I thought they were brothers. I asked her (Altantuya) if they were brothers.”

This sparked off another exchange as the prosecutor raised new objections to Karpal's questioning.

The judge then asked Karpal to explain its relevance.

"The relevancy is this. We must not hide anything. It was the ADC (aide-de-camp) officer of the deputy prime minister who had directed his personnel to go in front of Razak's house to take the deceased away. That is the purpose."

Tun Majid accused Karpal of turning the proceedings into a "political forum". He said the attorney-general had promised that everything would be presented at the trial.

"Why can't you just have faith in the system?" Tun Majid asked.

A lawyer for one of the accused policemen accused Karpal of "coaching" the witness Burmaa.

The judge eventually dismissed Burmaa and directed the courtroom to stand down for 15 minutes before calling the next witness, lance corporal Rohaniza Roslan, 29 - considered the prosecution's star witness.

Hearing will resume on Monday.

Anonymous said...

Bongkar jgn x bongkar beb. Jgn tersalah bongkar sudah la...

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