TTF: The government ‘roughly knows’ where to find businessman Low Taek Jho (see news item below)? What the hell is that supposed to even mean, Mahathir?
You mean to say that Jho Low was wanted by the Government of Malaysia (GoM) all this while and has been in hiding? If indeed that’s the case, nobody told me about it. From what I understand, the Penang-born was never charged with any crime here in Malaysia, and as such, was never asked to return. So what’s this bullsxit about the GoM ‘knowing’ where he is?
Was he ever missing???
And even if the government wants his blood, why the need for all the drama? Why not make public instead the charges the GoM has preferred against him so the rakyat can understand what the fuss is about? Or could it be that you guys up there have no evidence of wrongdoing and are simply performing these media acrobatics to convince the rakyat that Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak is a crook?
Tell me, Tun, are we going to be treated with yet another one of your eighties and nineties styled ‘dragnets’ where you con us into thinking that you’ve “seen all the evidence” before getting the police to make arrests? Am I already in your shxt-list?
Seriously, Tun, will I remain a free man for long?
KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said the government ‘roughly knows’ where to find businessman Low Taek Jho.
He said this when asked if the government has sought any help from the Interpol to locate the businessman, also known as Jho Low, who is said to be linked to the 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) controversy.
“We have not seek any help from the Interpol but, we roughly know where he is.” he told a Press conference at the Perdana Leadership Foundation in Putrajaya.
When asked how the government is planning to bring the businessman back to Malaysia, Dr Mahathir said: “Leave it to us, I don’t go and catch people, there are agencies which are tasked to catch people”.
Meanwhile, on the Pakatan Harapan’s promise to set up an RCI on 1MDB in its 14th General Election manifesto, Dr Mahathir said the government has to formulate concrete charges against those involved in the issue before setting up a RCI.
“We can’t go into the (setting up of a) Royal Commission until we have some concrete charges against them.” he said.
Source: NST Online