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Wednesday, 26 August 2015

ANAK PENGASAS AMBANK YANG DIBUNUH BERTEKAD UNTUK TERUS BERUSAHA MEMBUKA SEMULA KES PEMBUNUHAN BAPANYA YANG BERLAKU SEBULAN SEBELUM AKAUN NAJIB DITUTUP.

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TIADA SATU PUN DAKWAAN YANG BOLEH DIPANDANG LEKEH JIKA BERSABIT DENGAN WANG DERMA NAJIB. INI ADALAH KERANA 100% DAKWAAN SEBELUM INI TERNYATA BERJAYA MENIMBULKAN KERAGUAN YANG MUNASABAH.
ANAK PENGASAS AMBANK YANG DIBUNUH BERTEKAD UNTUK TERUS BERUSAHA MEMBUKA SEMULA KES PEMBUNUHAN BAPANYA YANG BERLAKU SEBULAN SEBELUM AKAUN NAJIB DITUTUP.
Bahrain/Manama: A Bahrain-Born banker’s son is calling for the investigation into his father’s grisly death in Malaysia two years ago to be reopened.
By SANDEEP SINGH GREWAL
Hussain Ahmed Najadi, 75, was gunned down as he was leaving a Chinese temple in Kuala Lumpur on July 29, 2013 in an attack that also seriously injured his partner Mrs Mei Cheong.
Gunman Kong See Kwan was sentenced to death for the murder in 2014 by a Malaysian court, while alleged getaway driver Chew Siang Chee has appealed against his conviction for
possession of a pistol and ammunition.
Investigators at the time named 53-year-old Lim Yuen Soo as the mastermind behind the murder, but he has yet to be arrested or charged.
Mr Najadi’s son Pascal Najadi told the GDN from his home in Moscow that the gunman had been paid just 20,000 Malaysian ringgits (around BD 1,780) to kill his father.
“I have hired the lawyers Gobind Singh Deo in Malaysia, and British-born Israeli international criminal lawyer Nick Kaufman to restart criminal proceedings as the mastermind has not been arrested,” he said.
“We need to establish the real motive behind the killing of my father, which I strongly feel was for political reasons.”
The son blamed investigators in Malaysia for not tracking down and arresting Mr Lim Yuen Soo and said that he has reason to believe the murder was a “state-sponsored assassination.”
He insists that the alleged mastermind was not pursued as he fled the country first to Sydney and later to Shanghai, despite Malaysia issuing an Interpol Red Notice for his arrest.
“We have information from reliable sources that the mastermind travels in and out of Malaysia frequently despite the Red Notice,” the son claimed.
Mr Najadi senior was an Iranian citizen with permanent Malaysian residency who formerly lived in Bahrain and in 1975 founded the Arab Malaysian Banking Group, which is now a $16 billion operation.
He was also chairman and chief executive of the multi-billion dollar Arab Investments for Asia Kuwait Limited (AIAK) Group and had previously been acquitted of embezzlement by Bahrain’s Supreme Civil Appeals Court.
According to interviews he gave while still alive, he always considered himself a Bahraini at heart and helped set up organised labour movements in Bahrain during the 1970s.
“I have every reason to believe that this is an assassination and there is some kind of cover-up,” said his son, who is also president, chairman and chief executive of Najadi and Partners, formerly known as AIAK.
“All I know is that whoever is behind my father’s killing should be behind bars.”
A Facebook page called “Justice for Najadi - AmBank” has also been set up, calling upon Malaysian authorities to reopen investigations into the case and arrest the mastermind.
http://www.gdnonline.com/…/Son%E2%80%99s-plea-over-banker%E…

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