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Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Khairuddin probe: AGC seeks more details


The Attorney-General's Chamber (AGC) has instructed the police to take "several more actions" over their investigation against Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister Khairuddin Aman Razali.

Federal CID director Huzir Mohamed (above) said investigation papers were returned to the police by the AGC and the police hope to complete the process soon.

"We hope that we will be able to fulfil the instructions from the AGC soon," he told a press conference in Bukit Aman today.

Khairuddin was probed for violating quarantine orders after returning from Turkey in July.

He was eventually fined RM1,000 by the Health Ministry but critics cried double standards because he was not brought to court despite there being several precedents.

On Aug 14, a septuagenarian was jailed one day and fined RM8,000 after she pleaded guilty to breaching quarantine orders.

A day earlier, the owner of the Nasi Kandar Salleh restaurant in Jitra, Kedah, who is linked to the Sivagangga cluster, was sentenced to five months' jail for defying his home quarantine order.

 - Mkini

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