MELAKA — March 20, 2018: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission today arrested six individuals, including two datuk, regarding the sale of 880 hectares of land valued at RM1.18 billion in Ijok to several private developing companies in 2016.
The six, including a father and son, were picked up in Petaling Jaya and Putrajaya.
MACC chief commissioner Tan Sri Dzulkifli Ahmad told reporters here the agency had also seized documents from three of the companies.
The agency is in the midst of tracking down another company director, also a datuk, who is now believed to be abroad, and another man. — Bernama