“Unearthly silence” is no option for Najib with regard to Rafidah’s FaceBook posting about the privatisation of over 40,000 hectares of prime military land to a three-person company

The Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak, should know that “unearthly silence” is no option for him with regard to former Cabinet Minister and Wanita UMNO leader, Tan Sri Rafidah Azia’s FaceBook posting about the privatisation of over 40,000 hectares of prime military land in the country to a three-person company.

Rafidah said the proposal was made to the government in 2008 by Najib, who was then the Defence Minister, and was already approved and executed.

The privatisation was based on a lease of four decades and done without open tender.

She added that when the prime lands were revalued, the company stood to reap hefty profits.

Rafidah asked Najib several pertinent questions: the name of the company and the three individuals behind it; details of the privatisation exercise; whether several key ongoing projects such as Bandar Malaysia which is on the former Sungai Besi Air Force base; the Majidee camp relocation; the East Coast Rail Link; the KL-Singapore High-Speed Rail project; a large-scale commercial agriculture project and the sale of the Butterworth Air Force base involve those privatised military land.

Rafidah’s FaceBook query has led to three questions from Brigadier-General (Rtd) Mohamed Arshad Raji, president of Persatuan Patriot Kebangsaan (Patriot), who expressed shock of the 300,000 veterans, the current serving military personnel, and the Malaysian public in general at Rafidah’s revelations.

When will Najib answer?

(Media Statement on Monday, 9th April 2018)

  1. #1 by Bigjoe on Monday, 9 April 2018 - 3:46 pm

    I ask the same question again. WHAT IS SO GREAT ABOUT NAJIB? EVERY SINGLE THING THEY PROMISE – Pakatan can do and do better. Its ONLY ABOUT SPENDING MONEY, HANDOUTS. Who cannot do that?

    PH track record says they do development AND welfare better. All BN really has is more resources, who cannot do every thing they do? They are completely irrelevant.

  2. #2 by Bigjoe on Monday, 9 April 2018 - 9:23 pm

    Seeing that he is way down the polls Vs Mahathir, Najib is going around saying it’s about the party and not the leaders, it’s not about him Vs Mahathir. If it’s about the party and not about Najib, why is Najib is destroying more than half the party’s support because of his own troubles?

    TMJ says Mahathir speaks with forked tongue but Najib’s tongue is fork, twisted, runs in circle and makes no sense at all..

  3. #3 by Sallang on Wednesday, 11 April 2018 - 8:46 pm

    We are always being told that there is such thing as ‘postal’ votes from the arm forces,that, when the incumbent candidate lose on slim difference, these postal votes will be added ‘secretly’,and a recount is called to make it win. Is it fake news?
    Does this mean that the incumbent political party knows that these postal votes are 100% for his party?
    So its not wrong when the ruling party tell government servants that they know “who voted for the opposition.
    Is “PATRIOT’ able to influence this change?
    Are the Arm Forces personnel being forced to vote against their will?
    Why cant the soldiers line up to vote, same like the public, since Malaysia is not at war?
    When soldiers in troubled southern Thailand , with machine gun slung across their shoulder,can stand in line to vote on the same day as the general public, where is the problem?
    Will PH implement it if it wins.

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