PKR MP unhappy with way S'gor gov't audited his office

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Kelana Jaya MP Wong Chen has expressed his unhappiness and dissatisfaction with the way an audit was carried out on his service centre by the Selangor state treasury.

The audit, which examined the spending of his Kelana Jaya office for 2014 and 2015, took place in March 2016 without his knowledge, Wong Chen complained.

"At all material times, my office was not aware of the audit. The Selangor state treasury made no attempt to inform us, visit my office, or seek clarifications from my staff.

"The audit was done mysteriously and without due process and natural justice," he said in a lengthy Facebook posting today, adding that he received the audit report on Feb 2, 2017.

As his annual RM250,000 budget for his constituents goes through an administrative process involving the Petaling district and land office, he thought the state treasury must have visited those offices instead.

However, he said, when he met later with the Petaling district and land office district officer and finance officer, they did not have any recollection of any such audit visit to their office...

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