Najib challenges Ramkarpal, other 'haters' to debate SRC International case


PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has challenged Bukit Gelugor MP Ramkarpal Singh and other "haters" to an open debate on the RM42mil SRC International case.

"We invite Ramkarpal to a televised open debate with a representative from our side on the subject," said Najib in a post on his official Facebook page on Sunday (Feb 4).

He added that should Ramkarpal decline, other recent "haters" such as Tony Pua and Hanipa Maidin can take his place.

"Our officers will reach out to you for suitable dates if any of you agree," he said.

"Now that the case has come to an end, there is no longer subjudice or contempt of court to discuss the case publicly. It is now time for an open forum to be held to better inform the public and to help them draw their own conclusions based on facts," added Najib.

He said that many do not understand the facts of the case and did not follow the court proceedings.

"It does not help that MPs such as Ramkarpal neglected to mention or address the many irregularities that led to the Chief Judge of Sabah and Sarawak and head of the SRC case review panel concluding that a great injustice has fallen on Najib, and the correct decision is to acquit him," added Najib.

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