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PETALING JAYA: Bizzare black magic rituals and an insatiable appetite for wealth. These were some of the revelations of Deepak Jaiskishan about Rosmah Mansor, a woman he claims has no conscience.
According to her one-time confidant, the prime minister’s wife has allegedly cast spells on numerous people, including her husband, former premier Abdullah Ahmad Badawi and the latter’s son-in-law Khairy Jamaluddin.
Deepak claimed that Rosmah would go to the extreme in order to achieve her ambition, which is to be richer than the Sultan of Brunei.
“She indulges in bizzare witchcraft rituals that no religion in the world will accept,” he told FMT in an exclusive interview here.
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When Abdullah delayed naming Najib Tun Razak as his successor, Deepak claimed that Rosmah turned to the black arts for help.
“Abdullah and his family went through a tough time, no thanks to Rosmah’s witchcraft. Almost the entire Cabinet is under her spell,” he alleged.
However, Deepak said that Rosmah, whom he termed as the country’s “prime minister”, could not put a spell on former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad because the latter has his own protection.
“She tried something but it didn’t work. Maybe he is protected in some ways.
“You see, it’s not like you can simply put a spell on someone. It only works if the person is weak in some ways. For example, it works if the person is not spiritual,” he added.
Deepak said that Rosmah employed the services of shamans from Kelantan, Terengganu and even India.
‘Amassed a wealth of RM30 billion’
In another startling allegation, the carpet dealer also claimed that Najib and Rosmah have accumulated a fortune amounting to about RM30 billion since taking over the reins in 2009.
He also confirmed the allegations regarding Rosmah’s penchant for expensive handbags and jewellery, saying that he personally arranged the purchase of valuables amounting to about RM300 million over the past five to six years.
“That’s only from me, you should ask the others…,” he added with a smirk.
The carpet dealer also revealed how Rosmah used him to keep tabs on projects that were being awarded by her husband.
“She will inform her people in the ministry to hand me information pertaining to the contracts, which I will then deliver to her,” he said.
Deepak added that some of the deals brokered by Rosmah would be executed without Najib’s knowledge.
“The value mentioned to Najib will be different from what Rosmah has planned. We used to communicate in codes so that Najib won’t understand.
“So when she telephones me and speaks in a certain way, I will know that Najib is next to her and I will know how to handle the matter,” he said.
Deepak revealed that he has become acquainted with Rosmah when she wanted to purchase carpets, and then over time, the bond grew stronger.
Asked what he received in return, he said: “Contracts! I received several contracts worth millions.”
However, Deepak refused to reveal what soured the ties, saying that it was a complicated matter.
“The gist of it… money and betrayal of promises,” he said when pressed further. “I was betrayed and I don’t handle betrayal very well,” he added.
Deepak also denied that he is backed by politicians and dismissed the speculation that he is spilling the beans on the instructions of Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin.
Commenting on the Altantuya Shaariibuu episode, he claimed that Najib knew the slain Mongolian national and he believes that a photograph of the two does exist.
“If you think about the choice of words Najib uttered when swearing on the Quran, he said that he didn’t know the ‘Mongolian woman’ but did not specifically mention Altantuya,” he added.
Meanwhile, Deepak said that more details on Rosmah’s black magic endeavours would be revealed in his second book, titled “The Black Magic Woman”, scheduled to be launched tomorrow.
He would also file a RM3 billion suit against, Najib, Rosmah and the Malaysian government next week for the business losses he suffered over the last few years.
“I will also file a separate defamation suit for RM100 million against Najib for describing me as not credible instead of denying the allegations,” he added.