When Anwar and his Pakatan colleagues are in agreement that Deepak has the goods to topple the BN government, then Deepak can have whatever he wants.
The need, greed and obsessison for money, wealth and power at its most corrupt can all be seen in the trials and tribulations that Deepak Jaikishnan, with his supporting cast of Rosmah Mansor, Najib Tun Razak and Anwar Ibrahim, are going through now.
In Deepak we see the use of money not for good but for evil. He will have difficulty in finding friend as they see what he is now doing to his ‘sister’ and to those from whom he now seek help from.
Today he is toxic to the two people most able to get him out of the business predicament that he has got himself into. A predicament born out of cronyism and politics so flawed that it requires a political solution only Anwar or Najib can contemplate.
Najib and Rosmah have washed their hands off him – encouraged by no small amount, I am sure, by Deepak’s threats to reveal Rosmah’s and Najib’s involvement in Altanatuya’s murder.
After much circumspect consideration, Najib and Rosmah have decided that what Deepak has to say about their involvement in the retraction of PI Bala’s first SD would not harm Najib’s chances of winning the 13th general election.
So what is Deepak to do now?
Deepak traitorously goes to the other man who may be able to help him – Anwar. Anwar knows that Deepak comes to him because Najib and Rosmah has cast him off.
If Najib and Rosmah think that Deepak is not worth the money he is asking for, how much then is Deepak worth to Anwar?