'Bungalow' and jeers during Guan Eng's speech

Modified 2 Nov 2018, 11:34 am

The bungalow issue continues to haunt Lim Guan Eng and trailed the finance minister to the Dewan Rakyat when he tabled Pakatan Harapan's inaugural budget this evening.

BN lawmakers raised the issue when Lim announced that the Inland Revenue Board would investigate all excessive wealth through the ownership of luxury items such as jewellery, watches, handbags, expensive cars and properties.

At this point, the BN lawmakers asked the finance minister if bungalows would be included.

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