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Thursday, January 31, 2019

‘THIS IS WHAT HAS BEEN FINANCING UMNO’: KHALID SAMAD EXPOSES CARTELS CONTROLLING DBKL, REVEALS 2 MORE CASES OF PRIVATE BUILDINGS ERECTED ON GOVT LAND

PUTRAJAYA – Federal Territories Minister Khalid Samad aims to break up what he labels as “cartels” within Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL), which he believes is mostly controlled by Umno members.
Khalid said DBKL has engaged new and credible companies following a re-evaluation of its existing pool of contractors.
“We actually want to break up the cartels which entered DBKL. This is one of my visions as the Federal Territories minister, which has DBKL under my portfolio,” Khalid told a special meeting with the media today.
To support his claim, he said that for river-cleaning projects in Kuala Lumpur, DBKL allocates RM60 million annually and it was previously distributed to the same group of 30 contractors, who earned approximately RM2 million each.
He claimed that this was what had been financing Umno members for a long time.
“That’s why there’s a cartel, they control DBKL. We believe so, because the ones making noise are all Umno people,” he said when asked if the cartel that he was referring to were political cronies.
Khalid said that upon tender application by interested contractors, DBKL will vet and pick those who offer the best rates for the services needed.
Should there be more than one prospective contractor who offers the best price, the names of the companies will then be coded with a number and a ballot will be held. – Malay Mail
Khalid Samad exposes 2 more cases of private buildings put up on govt land
PUTRAJAYA: Federal Territories Minister Khalid Samad today revealed that private buildings had been put up on two more plots of government land.
He said this happened during the previous Barisan Nasional administration.
He said the first case involved construction on 0.8ha in Petaling and the second was on a 0.7ha site in Setapak.
Khalid believed there were other such cases in Kuala Lumpur and investigations were proceeding.
The minister gave those concerned until the end of February to come forward to give s suitable explanation and suggest ways to solve the issue to the ministry and Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) or face action.
Khalid also said information on the two plots of land would be passed to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission for their action.
Last week, Khalid had given the owner of two “mystery buildings” at Medan Imbi until the end of the month to come forward.
Khalid had said the two buildings — one an office “which looks like a six-star hotel” and the other a restaurant — had been built on two plots of land belonging to the Federal Territories Land and Mines Office.
He questioned how a development order had been issued when the land did not belong to either the company or DBKL.
Khalid said one option available to the company was to apply to buy the land at market price from the landowner, pay all the premiums, obtain the development approvals, and settle the fines which would be imposed.
The two plots of land, covering 9,000 sq ft per lot, are zoned as open space.
On who had signed off on the development orders, Khalid said it was a top official in the DBKL planning department on the orders of the one-stop centre meant to approve such projects. — FMT
MALAY MAIL / FMT

1 comment:

  1. GOVT CONFISCATE/FEDERALIZE THE BUILDING. Make such laws. CONFISCATE ALL PROPERTIES-BANK/ACCOUUNTS OF GOVT SERVANT INVOLVED IN CORRUPTION. ALSO CHARGE THE CORRUPTERS & CORRUPTEES POLITICIANS, CIVIL SERVANTS & DEVELOPERS

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