Former DBKL deputy director charged with money laundering

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SHAH ALAM — Jan. 8, 2020: A former deputy director with Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) has been charged with three counts of money laundering, involving RM1,000,187 in May last year.

Sabudin Mohd. Salleh, 58, who was with DBKL’s Civil Engineering and Urban Transportation Department pleaded not guilty.

On the first count, he was alleged to have used proceeds from unlawful activities amounting RM43,000 for the purchase of a lorry.

For the second and third counts, he was charged with having RM663,017 and RM294,170 in proceeds from unlawful activities.

Sabudin was allowed bail of RM100,000 with two sureties and ordered to surrender his passport to the court, which set February 20 for mention.



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