An unnamed former government leader and his spouse have reportedly arranged a private jet to take them to Indonesia, according to the Astro Awani news portal.
Quoting sources, it said the married couple are due to depart from the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang at 6am tomorrow on a plane bound for Jakarta.
Both the news portal and its sources did not identify the leader or the spouse in question.
Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s Pakatan Harapan (PH) defeated the Barisan Nasional-led (BN) by former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak in a fiercely-fought general election on Wednesday.
Dr Mahathir was sworn in as the country’s seventh prime minister last night.
Najib earlier attended a sombre celebration for Umno’s 72nd anniversary at the Putra World Trade Centre this evening.
According to the photograph, the flight – with the tail sign PK-RJX – was to depart for from the Subang airport at 10am tomorrow.
The destination is Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport, Jakarta.
This sparked speculation that Najib was about to flee, three days after leading BN to its worst electoral outing ever.
“He wants a rest and so he is going away for two days. He will be back,” said the source.
The source dismissed speculation that Najib was about to flee the country.
“Everyone has the flight schedule… So they can go and check if he is fleeing with bags of money and stuff… There is no such thing (as fleeing),” said the source.
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