Former top Felda officers charged in RM47.6m CBT case

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Two former top officers at the Federal Land Development Authority (Felda) were today charged with criminal breach of trust involving RM47.6 million in 2014.

Former Felda deputy general manager Muhammad Sufi Mahbub was charged with two counts of criminal breach of trust while former Felda general manager Faizoull Ahmad was charged with two counts of abetting Muhammad Sufi.

They were allowed bail of RM1 million each, on one surety, and were ordered to surrender their passports.

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