Malaysia’s deputy prime minister Najib Razak on Wednesday denied any links with the 2006 murder of a Mongolian woman and said the allegations were an attempt to tarnish his political career.
“I have no other conclusion except than it is a desperate and pathetic attempt to discredit my political image. I can’t see any other reason,” he told reporters.
“Everything that is claimed and written are total lies and fabricated, and it is total garbage,” he said.
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Najib denies link with Mongolian’s murder