Jasa chief alleges conspiracy in FGV

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Special Affairs Department (Jasa) director-general Mohd Puad Zarkashi alleged there is a conspiracy within Felda Global Ventures Holdings Bhd (FGV) to make its suspended chief executive officer (CEO) the "fall guy".

Puad claimed that this was to protect those aligned to the previous regime within FGV, despite the transfer of its former chairperson Mohd Isa Abdul Samad to Land Public Transport Commission (Spad), according to New Straits Times.

"I have learnt that there are efforts to put all the blame on Zakaria Arshad and to force his resignation or sacking.

"I question the motive behind this and believe that some individuals in the group are doing this so that they can appear to be innocent," Puad was quoted as saying in Batu Pahat today.

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