From Ijok, to Permatang Pauh and now Kuala Terengganu, Altantuya travels to meet Najib Tun Razak. I don’t think she will ever leave him, not in this life or next.Why does the police interfere by arresting the five PAS-PKR Youth who put up her posters?
Yes, apparently the posters are to welcome Najib, as BN’s election campaign director to Kuala Terengganu. Well, Najib is a man, and I do not think he would mind “a pretty face”. But what about Dotty, Najib’s wife? Looks like the police is trying to please “The Mrs.”
Of course, I could also look at it in another way. The police interference in the poster issue has brought the matter to national attention. Now everyone is reminded again about Altantuya. Thank you, PDRM.
Two of the PDRM (Royal Malaysian Police) colleagues (accused of Altantuya’s murder) is awaiting the gallows in prison. So this case is far from over.
It would be good to give them a hand instead of protecting Najib, the KT by-election campaign director 9who failed miserably in Permatang Pauh not too long ago!
With things heating up on the Altantuya level, makes me wonder, will Najib be swearing in the Mosque or Quran again that he does not know and was never involved with Altantuya?
Fariz: Altantuya is still a relevant issue
(abstract from Malaysiakini)
Commenting on the matter, the PKR Terengganu youth chief said the investigation on them is a clear attempt to intimidate party members in the run-up to the Kuala Terengganu by-election.
“They are trying to intimidate us. This shows how desperate the authorities are when it comes to the Altantuya issue.
“Deputy Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak is scared and our arrest shows that the issue is still relevant and we will continue to highlight this matter,” Fariz said.
Yesterday, the police confiscated about 50 posters when arresting the five. The posters carried a picture of Altantuya on a pink background, without any wordings.
Fariz had told reporters yesterday that the posters were put up as a ‘reminder’ to the public about the scandals associated with Altantuya’s murder.
“We want to welcome Najib (to Kuala Terengganu). We want to remind him of the ghost of Altantuya,” he had said.