Proposed Menara Warisan is one of the many projects that will transform the Kuala Lumpur Skyline
Anwar Ibrahim was reported to have recently commented again on Prime Minister Najib's budget, but this time he chose to highlight his personal feelings on the much talked about Teik Jho Low, and his purported links to 1 Malaysia Development Berhad.
Anwar was reported to have said in MalaysiaKini that there was doubts to 1MDB and the strong links between 1MDB and Jho Low, as well as his personal feelings that he 'was not jealous' of Jho Low for his links with Paris Hilton.
Clearly, Anwar Ibrahim has chosen again to hog the limelight with baseless allegations yet again. Jho Low in a 'tell all' interview with The Star had clearly stated that he had nothing to do with 1MDB.
However, this time around the opposition MPs the likes of Tony Pua, Lim Guan Eng, and Anwar had erred big time by repeating lies in order to scuttle, yet again, Prime Minister Najib Razak's roadmap to transform Malaysia.
The most often heard lie, was the much repeated KLIFD and Mubadala agreement. Tian Chua, Batu MP, had made a statement to MalaysiaKini (which was not corrected) that Mubadala had inked an agreement to develop the Sungai Besi airbase, when clearly the agreement was done with regards to the Kuala Lumpur International Financial District, an area covering 35 acres in the fringe of Jalan Imbi, whereas Tian Chua had mentioned the 460 acre airbase instead.
Not only has these irresponsible MPs been stoking the issue with lies, they have also repeatedly misled the rakyat to believe that Jho Low was a big part of the plans, when clearly he wasn't.
To cover these lies, other opposition MP's weighed in on the matter, with Tony Pua misleading the rakyat to believe that the financial reports of 1MDB had included the Sungai Besi land as part of its profits, choosing to ignore the fact that 1MDB's books had closed on 31st March 2010, whereas the land transfer was announced in May 2010.
These are just the few of the much repeated lies that has been churned out by irresponsible opposition MPs in their quest to oust PM Najib from office, and by spreading lies about the larger effort to transform Malaysia, they hope to hoodwink the rakyat to support them to Putrajaya.
The most recent to emerge recently apart from these misleading allegations is the Menara Warisan, which has been proposed by PNB. This time around, they are alleging that Menara Warisan is a government funded project, choosing to ignore the fact that PNB itself is a corporatised body with Amanah Saham holders as the rightful owners.
What next? Jho Low again emerging as the key proponent in PNB? - PJ Moorthy, Malaysia Instinct