In Deepak Jaikishan’s latest ‘bombshell’ to end what SUARAM had failed to do, that is to ‘link the Prime Minister and wife to the murder of Altantuya, a Mongolian model alleged to be an ‘interpreter’ for the overall transactions of the purchase of the so-called ‘scandalous’ scorpene submarines which was totally done in English language’, he made shocking revelation on Razak Baginda, a former political analyst who was dismissed as a prime suspect in the murder case, as being sexually impotent.
Baginda was suspected to have had secret affair with the late model but no proof was presented to the court to confirm the story.
Bringing up Baginda’s name and humiliate him with such allegation must have seemed to Deepak as a necessary thing to do as it would be the only convincing excuse to link the deceased to the Prime Minister, and totally removes Baginda from the picture.
In all the gusto, Deepak must have forgotten the fact that Baginda is a married man with a daughter. Of course, Deepak could easily shrug the fact off by saying that it is only recently that Baginda has suffered the problem, since the daughter was born in 1987.
But, this would lead us not to a conclusion or an answer or a proof of Deepak’s allegation, but only to further vagueness. Words can’t proof anything and as far as we know, Baginda has proven that there ain’t any problem with his manhood and he has a daughter to proof it.
For Deepak to suddenly surface with this story after all the fuss in court regarding some bad business dealings was settled, only convince us even further that there is something more that Deepak is after. Or else, why would Deepak pick up the pieces from SUARAM and go down the same route of the imaginary scandal and all?
However, there are comments from observers of Deepak’s case in court that may give us some answers. Many claimed that Deepak seemed stressed out, lost, uncomfortable, even hesitant at times as the trial went on. Some even suspected him of having lost his mind for having lost a huge amount of money in quite many bad dealings.
But looking at Deepak closely, I mean really closely, we may understand where did the whole allegation of sexually impotent came from.
Deepak Jaikishan a/l Jaikishan Rewachand is 40 years old. Until recently, he is described to be very successful, coming from a family “pioneering” in property development and investment. It is reported that under his leadership, both his Carpet Raya Sdn Bhd and Tek Holding Sdn Bhd (the property development and investment company), chalked billions. Bursa Malaysia notes that from 2000 to 2009, Deepak had completed property investment projects totalling about RM3 billion.
In the carpet manufacturing field, he initiated and successfully acquired the largest manufacturing plant in Malaysia known as Noble Carpet Sdn Bhd.
In the year 2000, this manufacturing unit was said to be the only one that produced its own carpet yarn. In 2003 he set up the biggest manufacturing plant (Premier Weavers) with the latest weaving technology in Malaysia. He has been in the carpet business for 15 years.
With all these soaring success, there is only one thing missing in Deepak’s life that is: a woman. Deepak is a single, successful man. In other words, Deepak is alone, no woman, no wife, no kids, no family, no nothing, but money. Oh well, the last one can be debated.
It only makes sense that the only one with ‘manhood’ problem is Deepak himself, not Baginda. Accusing Baginda of having such problem may be a form of ‘denial’ of his own inability which is a common psychiatric response for a man who has long been suffering the condition. This could lead to a depression, even mental problem.
If so, this wouldn’t be the first time the Oppositions hiring a mentally-problematic man to tell all the tales for them. Raja Petra Kamaruddin, believed to be the original script-writer of all these murder-bribery scandal drama, was also diagnosed with mental problem in his teens. But Raja Petra had since last year, made a U-turn on the road where Deepak is now strolling.
But then, there is also another explaination for a 40 year old successful man to stay single, that is, he is not interested in getting married, or in other words, he is not interested in women or in a simpler way to put it, Deepak is a gay.
What a co-incidence that the Oppositions too, are not strange in hiring gays to do all sorts of work for them. Which, reminds us of Judge V.T. Singham who is known to be very pro-opposition and in many cases had made obvious biased decisions in favour of the oppositions. And just like Deepak, the Judge is also around the same age, and very successful and very single.