Reports will be filed with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and Inland Revenue Board (LHDN) regarding the wealth of Ampang PKR Youth leader Adam Rosly.
This was revealed by Ampang Umno division chief Ismail Kijo and red-shirts leader Jamal Md Yunos after taking journalists and photographers on a helicopter ride for an aerial view of the bungalow and luxury cars.
“After this, we will go to Putrajaya and file a report with MACC, asking them to investigate his source or wealth.
“We also want LHDN to check if Adam has paid taxes,” Ismail (photo) told reporters outside the PKR Youth leader’s residence.
Yesterday, Jamal claimed that apart from the bungalow, the 28-year-old youth with a “Datuk” title also owned a fleet of expensive cars.
A check by Malaysiakini saw three vehicles parked in the house - an Audi, a Volvo and a Range Rover.
Jamal said while he was proud that a Malay youth was successful, he wanted to know how Adam managed to amass such wealth with just a SPM qualification.
He urged Adam to explain the matter to the public and voters.
“We are questioning him on (the situation) before and after he became Ampang PKR Youth chief. Before this, we did not know his identity or profession,” he added.
This morning, Adam, who has held the Ampang PKR Youth chief post for one term, clarified that the bungalow at Kampung Melayu Ampang was an abandoned property that he purchased at an auction for about RM1 million.
"I retained the house design. I did not renovate it so that I could live in Disneyland.
"A house in Ampang costing RM1 million is very cheap. It would be a waste not to buy a house with such a good design, and yet I am being slandered," he claimed.
Adam also added that there was nothing wrong with being young and wealthy.- Mkini