Nampak tak siapa dibelakang Raja Petra??
Bernama melaporkan Menteri Dalam Negeri Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein berkata jika Zaid, anggota Majlis Pimpinan Pusat PKR, seorang yang bertanggungjawab, beliau akan memberi penjelasan kepada rakyat apa hubungannya dengan pengendali portal berita Malaysia Today, Raja Petra Kamaruddin.
Kononnhya menurut Hishamuddin "Kita memang tertanya-tanya, dalam pada kita tercari-cari di mana Raja Petra, semalam kita lihat gambar Zaid bersamanya, jadi siapa sebenarnya di belakang Raja Petra?
Aku rasa yang tertanya-tanya dimana Raja Petra sekarang hanyalah Hishamuddin seorang kerana kebanyakkan rakyat Malaysia yang mengikuti Malaysia Today telah tahu yang Raja Petra kini berada di England setelah beliau menyiarkan gambarnya dihadapan Scotland Yard beberapa bulan yang lalu..
Dan Dato Zaid Ibrahim juga telah menjelaskan kepada kita akan hubungannya dengan Raja Petra, sebagai kawan. Kawan yang tidak meninggalkan kawan yang berada didalam kesusahan, sila baca di SINI
Hishammuddin juga berkata pihak berkuasa tidak mempunyai laporan bagaimana Raja Petra ke luar negara sedangkan pasportnya telah diserahkan.
"Apa pasport yang dia guna pun kita tak tahu. Kalau nak bawa dia balik dari England pun, kita kena bekerjasama dengan polis UK (United Kingdom) tapi sekarang ni jelas mereka tidak akan bekerjasama dengan kita," katanya.
Apa yang nak dihairankan Hishamuddin ooiii... Rakyat Indonesia, Rakyat Bangladesh, Rakyat Thailand, Rakyat Myanmar dan lain -lain negara ramai yang boleh masuk dan bekerja secara haram di Malaysia ini.. kalau beribu-ribu orang tu boleh keluar dan masuk begitu mudah.. Raja Petra dan Keluarganya apalah sangat..
Baca artikel dibawah ni, apa kata pemimpin PKR yang lain tentang hubungan Zaid Raja Petra..
Zaid-RPK link: PKR says Hisham confused, it's embarrasing ...
Wong Choon Mei,
Pakatan Rakyat leaders fired salvos at Home Minister Hishamuddin Hussein, questioning his motives for picking on PKR co-ordinator Zaid Ibrahim for having met fugitive blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin in London recently.
“I think Hishammuddin is confused and I find it embarrassing for a minister to show such a lack of understanding for what is a personal issue – the choice of friends,” PKR vice-president Sivarasa Rasiah told Malaysia Chronicle.
“If Zaid wants to meet RPK, really, that’s his business. If I am in London, I would also go and meet RPK for a cup of tea. We are friends and why shouldn’t we meet? If the government thinks that he has done something wrong, then they should go after him. But the problem is they don’t and at the same time, they don’t anyone to meet or talk with him either. Isn’t that ridiculous?”
In the past week, there has been an Umno-inspired media blitz on RPK, the country’s top blogger famous for his thunderous and frequently hilarious revelations about Prime Minister Najib Razak and his wife Rosmah Mansor.
The brouhaha began with PKR turncoat Zahrain Mohd Hashim telling the press that he had proof that Zaid had links with RPK. The Bayan Baru MP called on the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission to investigate who was funding RPK and P Balasubramaniam, a private investigator who made startling accusations against Najib and Rosmah in a 2008 statutory declaration. In his sworn statement, Bala had implicated the couple in the high-profile Altantuya murder and Scorpene submarines corruption cases.
“I want the MACC as well as Minister to investigate... RPK had received money from sponsors. In an email on July 4, a lawyer Amarjeet Singh said that he sent RM470,000 to RPK. This is what I’m going to put forward to the MACC,” Zahrain, who himself quit PKR earlier this year amid a cloud of graft allegations.
“I’m going tell them what I’ve got. I want MACC to realize and Minister to realize. What was he doing in Manchester with RPK. If he is a fugitive, what is a leader for Pakatan Rakyat doing with a fugitive? We don’t want to be deceived.”
Zaid has shot back, defending his relationship with RPK and ridiculing Zahrain as 'pathetic'.
With friends like these, who needs enemies
RPK currently lives in self-exile in London after absconding in 2009 to escape a slew of criminal defamation charges that he says were trumped up by the Attorney-General. From his new base, he has still been able to operate his popular Malaysia Today news portal and still maintains contacts with his informers in the government.
Of late, he has been involved in the establishment of Friends of Pakatan Rakyat, an organization formed to rally support from Malaysians who share the coalition’s vision of a better Malaysia. In particular, FOPR aims to harness the global strength of highly qualified Malaysians and former Malaysians living and working abroad to tap into their expertise and financial strength in preparedness for GE 13.
“Perhaps this is the answer for the Umno paranoia, Zahrain is just the messenger. Umno leaders fears FOPR will expose the BN government for what is – lies, hypocrisy, corruption and oppression," PKR strategic director Tian Chua told Malaysia Chronicle.
"They also fears what Bala will reveal about Najib and Rosmah next week. But in their panic, they have only destroyed more of their own credibility. Really, when you have ‘friends’ like Hishammuddin and Zahrain, you don’t need enemies."