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Sunday, July 9, 2017

Khir Toyo, wife drop mansion forfeiture application



Former Selangor menteri besar Khir Toyo and his wife have withdrawn their application to the Federal Court seeking clarification on the forfeiture of their Balinese-style mansion located in Shah Alam.
Deputy public prosecutor Awang Armadajaya Awang Mahmud said the application was withdrawn upon the advice of Khir's lawyers - who had reviewed the prosecution's submissions and the Federal Court's ruling on the matter.
No further reason was given.
Khir had originally filed the review to seek a clarification on how the forfeiture of the mansion - which he co-owned with his first wife Zaharah Kechik - would be carried out.
This is because Zaharah was not charged in court and her share of the mansion was not under forfeiture.
Awang Armadajaya told reporters in Putrajaya that Khir would now have to deal with the banks if wants to keep the house.

Khir was originally sentenced to a one-year jail term for using his position to obtain land and the mansion, and a forfeiture order on the property was also issued.
The former menteri besar was granted parole on March 29, 2016, after serving six months in Kajang Prison. His remaining sentence was served at his family's house in Shah Alam.
Under the parole system, a prisoner serves his remaining sentence outside the prison and lives with his family while under the supervision of a parole officer.- Mkini

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