Ex-MRB chairman back at MACC to give statement over land scandal

Previous Malaysian Rubber Board (MRB) director Ahmad Nazlan Idris is at the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s base camp for the second day straight to give his assertion over the supposed land outrage including the public authority office.

The Jerantut MP had gone through over four hours at the MACC office in Putrajaya yesterday in the wake of being gathered to give an assertion on the issue.

“The second day of aiding MACC in revealing reality with no aim of shaming or criticizing anybody,” he said in a Facebook post today.

At the point when reached, an assistant to the Umno MP said he entered the MACC office at around 2.30pm and still can’t seem to come out. Recently, he gave his assertion from 12.45pm to 5pm.

There were claims that estate ventures and products serve Khairuddin Aman Razali had “upheld” the rent and offer of two plots of land at Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur possessed by MRB, at beneath the market rate. The pastor has since stopped a police report over these charges.

A NGO affirmed that Khairuddin supported the rent for Lot 20013 to Al-Noor Foundation at a cost of 70 sen for each sq ft, contrasted and the market cost of RM2.50, for a time of 15+10 years with a 10% rent rate increment like clockwork.

The NGO additionally asserted that Lot 20012, with a space of 8.89 sections of land, was proposed to be offered to Eurowhite Sdn Bhd at a cost of RM1,032.92 per sq ft, which is supposed to be underneath the market cost of about RM1,400 per sq ft.

These cases were subsequently upheld by Nazlan who blamed Khairuddin for meddling in MRB’s treatment of the two packages of land, albeit the board later denied it.

MRB said there was no doubt of impedance by the priest since he was given such powers under Section 14 of the Malaysian Rubber Board (Incorporation) Act 1996 (Act 551), adding that it would not stop for a second to make a legitimate move against Nazlan.

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