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Thursday, February 28, 2019

MACC HAS ‘APPROVED’ MY STATEMENT – TAKIYUDDIN CAUGHT LYING AGAIN? PAS SEC-GEN TRIES PRETEND HE’S BEEN CLEARED OF RM90 MILLION BRIBE SCANDAL – EVEN AS NEWS LEAK OF SHOCK MACC SEIZURE OF LUXURY CARS, PROPERTY & MILLIONS IN CASH & BANK ACCOUNTS

PUTRAJAYA, 19/11/2018. Former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is at the office of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) headquarters here today, believed to be assisting in probe into solar panel projects for schools in Sarawak. Pix by Malaymail / Hari Anggara.
PAS secretary-general Takiyuddin Hassan said he was questioned by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission over his luxury cars and motorcycles.
He said he was questioned by the graft-busting agency over accusations made in Sarawak Report.
“I was questioned about allegations that I owned luxury cars and motorcycles, they did not ask me to hand over any documents,” he said after giving his statement in Putrajaya this morning.
He said he will not be called in again by MACC as they had approved his statement.
The latest development comes just days after MACC said it found no traces of the RM90 million allegedly funnelled from 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) into the Islamist party’s official accounts.
The anti-graft agency previously recorded statements from PAS central committee member Nik Mohamad Abduh Nik Abdul Aziz, former leader Nasharudin Mat Isa and Amanah vice-president Husam Musa.
Former Bersih chairman Ambiga Sreenevasan also assisted with the investigations.
MACC is investigating allegations that several leaders of the opposition party received RM90 million suspected to be money from 1MDB just before the last general election.
On Monday, MACC chief commissioner Mohd Shukri Abdull said investigations which began earlier this month found no evidence of any transaction that could be attributed to the allegation.
He, however, declined to elaborate on how many more witnesses would be called and whether MACC was ready to wrap up the case.
THE MALAYSIAN INSIGHT

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