Logging deal: Kedah MB denies being probed by ACA

comments     Yoon Szu-Mae     Published     Updated

Kedah Menteri Besar Syed Razak Syed Zain today denied he was being investigated by the Anti-Corruption Agency over a RM120 million sum allegedly paid by a company for a logging contract in the Ulu Muda forest reserve in the state.

The MB was asked to clarify the matter at the state assembly by Sala representative and PAS information chief Azizan Abdul Razak.

Contacted later, Azizan said he wanted Syed Razak to confirm if the Finance Ministry parliamentary secretary was correct to assert that the matter was currently being investigated by the ACA.

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