I don’t know the merits of this Deepak story. He is of shady character and whatever he says cannot be relied on unless corroborated. I think it’s already descending to gutter politics.
But one statement by rafizi is wrong and shows abuse of power. It’s about the state government stopping the land deal. However one despises the deal between raja ropiah Deepak and boustead, you cannot use government machinery for unrelated event. This is a land matter and must stick to land procedural issues. You cannot stall it based on unrelated matters which have yet to be decided by courts. Rafizi only had information from a third party and this does not amount to him having the full facts without giving opportunity of others to defend one self. If it is wrong, it must be determined by a judicious authority. It cannot be based on an arbitrary decision by one person ie rafizi.
To set aside a land deal based on unrelated event is setting a wrong precedent. It’s clearly an abuse of power.
So rafizi, you can expose as much as you like on this despicable Deepak but you can’t use government machinery to achieve your political goal. You can set aside land transaction based on land transaction procedure. Eg not complying with local plans or land use requirements. But to threaten to stop the deal based on an arbitrary unrelated view is clearly an abuse of power.