Former council president, contractors remanded in graft probe


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SEREMBAN, Feb 14 2017 : A former municipal council president in Negeri Sembilan and two contractors are being remanded for seven days to facilitate investigations into alleged corruption.

The remand application was made by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) today, and was allowed by assistant registrar of the Special Court (Remand), Nor Anida Norhamdan.

The trio arrived at the court compound at 10am, clad in lock-up attire in an MACC vehicle.

Yesterday, the MACC arrested a former municipal council president with the ‘Datuk’ title, for alleged corruption and abuse of power.

The 63-year-old public servant was arrested at his residence here yesterday morning. – Bernama



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