Bala’s death leaves quest for justice unresolved


The death of PI Bala, who suffered breathing difficulties while having lunch today, leaves behind many unanswered questions.

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18 Mar 2013 1.29pm

You do your readers and yourselves a service to expand on the situation Bala found himself in from the beginning to the end. Bala was a man of limited education and not a sophisticated individual who understood the full implication of what he had been led into. In law there is a test for the concept of voluntariness. It requires a person to be informed of what he is getting into sufficient for him to understand the full risks he is also exposed to in doing what Bala did. No one says nor are we suggesting that the country does… Read more »

18 Mar 2013 11.17am

Senior lawyer Americk Sidhu dropped a bomshell on Saturday, revealing that it was Najib who had (allegedly) instructed another prominent lawyer Cecil Abraham to draft a second statutory declaration for the purpose of overturning a first that had implicated Najib …

More to come? Perhaps after Najib dissolves parliment?

SL Wong (@wong8898)
17 Mar 2013 3.20pm

Bala, a great Malaysian Indian, a national hero. Your unfinished journey of fighting for justice will be carried on from us. Your untold truth will be spread over to all the Malaysians, all the Indians. Bless us in heaven for victory over the devils.


17 Mar 2013 12.58pm

If you know, confess or embrace the TRUTH,
you will be freed from all negativities including lies,
forgiven (of all crimes by proxy or by intentional purpose)
& / or also be saved from eternal condemnation.
For now, there were some who knew the truth but unfortunately were snuffed out (on purpose).
RIP till Judgement Day of confessions without a lawyer, good or utterly bad lawyer.

17 Mar 2013 6.20am

Sivarasa is seen standing behind Balasubramaniam. Balasubramaniam called him his controller

17 Mar 2013 5.26pm
Reply to  grkumar

Ya i agree altamtuya c4 herself!!! Najib is a saint and real pity I think too much of curry didn’t do you good, obviously !!!

17 Mar 2013 6.16am

It my offend many of your readers but Balasubramaniam was a liar and a patsy for a group of lawyers beginning with the lawyer who prepared his Statutory Declaration. The matter is far from over. The conspiracy to apportion blame for the death of Altantuya to the Prime Minister is probably one of the most outrageous conspiracies hatched by the opposition in Malaysia, led by Anwar Ibrahim and further advanced by Guan Eng as head of the DAP. The Malaysian Bar has a lot to answer for and they will be met and called to answer for their shameful criminal… Read more »

16 Mar 2013 7.31pm

Who was an accomplice to a crime? What comes to light is the second SD of P I Bala (who made an about turn from his first SD) was prepared by Cecil Abraham not under the instruction of his client Bala, but someone else. As a lawyer he was at that moment (allegedly) acting against his professional ethics because by (allegedly) acceding to the instruction of a third party, his client was not a willing person to sign on the second SD but signed under duress. Cecil Abraham now stands accuse of an accomplice to a crime because the purported… Read more »

17 Mar 2013 4.18pm
Reply to  Cala

I cried on bala’s sudden demise…

16 Mar 2013 9.12am

Cold this may sound but the upside is that Bala is now a Martyr for PR. Like it or not the Indian community is NOT going to let his death be meaningless and PR will be able to capitalize on it.

16 Mar 2013 7.29am

Alta died mysteriously. After just back a few month and now dead, Is not that as mysterious as Alta death

Gerakan K
Gerakan K
15 Mar 2013 11.14pm