Tuesday, 10 January 2017

TERBARU : SPRM PERGI PEJABAT KETUA MENTERI MELAKA PULAK.


SUMBER


 Graft busters from the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) came knocking on the doors of the Malacca chief minister’s office yesterday to facilitate investigations into an ongoing corruption case.
The New Straits Times, which was alerted to MACC’s surprise visit by Datuk Seri Idris Haron’s circle, staked out his office, Seri Negeri.
The NST learnt that the commission’s officers, a flying squad from the MACC headquarters in Putrajaya, arrived at Idris’s office about 2pm and recorded his statement.
The visit to the office was also for the officers to recover documents. They left with several boxes, believed to contain items vital to their investigations. They left the office close to 6pm.
It was understood that the ongoing probes, under Section 23 of the MACC Act 2009, were linked to a Nov 28 arrest of a government officer for alleged corruption.
The NST learnt that while the officer under probe by the graft busters is under the payroll of a government office, he also had links to the chief minister’s office. The commission has frozen the officer’s bank account, which contained millions of ringgit. 
The NST called and sent Idris a WhatsApp message for comments, but all went unanswered. Following that, the NST contacted his press secretary, Cassie Lee Szee Phei, and told her that this newspaper wanted Idris’s comments on the MACC visit. She called the NST about 9pm, saying that she had alerted her boss and was awaiting his response.
Late last night, at the end of a state government function, Idris, when approached by the NST, said “the MACC came to see me to set a date to complete their investigations into arrests (of officers in Malacca). I will let you know when it happens”. Additional reporting by Kelly Koh
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2 comments:

  1. AYER KEROH: Kehadiran sepasukan anggota Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) ke pejabat Ketua Menteri Melaka di Seri Negeri, semalam bertujuan merakamkan percakapan membabitkan kes pegawai kanan kerajaan negeri, bulan lalu.

    Ketua Menteri, Datuk Seri Idris Haron, berkata ia juga bagi menyempurnakan siasatan ke atas beberapa pegawainya yang ditahan dan disiasat.

    "Sebagai Ketua Menteri, saya mempunyai pengetahuan dan peranan dalam memberi maklumat diperlukan SPRM bagi membantu siasatan.

    "Mengikut dasar kerajaan negeri, sesiapa yang menandatangani ikrar integriti, mana-mana pegawai mengamalkan rasuah di Melaka tidak ada tempat di negeri ini, jadi kita bantu siasatan SPRM," katanya.

    Beliau mengulas laporan muka depan sebuah akhbar berbahasa Inggeris hari ini berhubung laporan Ketua Menteri Melaka disoal siasat SPRM.

    Terdahulu, Idris menghadiri Majlis Penyampaian dan Amanat kepada Ketua Jabatan Agensi Kerajaan Negeri di Pusat Dagangan Antarabangsa Melaka (MITC).

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  2. bIASALAH..... Bapa borek anak rintik...ibarat pepatah lihat KM nampak PM..ha ha

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