Four police officers have been arrested by police for suspected involvement with trafficking syndicates and another eight have been arrested by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission.
Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar, Deputy Home Minister, claiming that twelve police officers have been arrested, and are now being investigated for possible links to the mass graves of suspected victims of human traffickers found near the Malaysian-Thai border
Musa had committed various departmental breaches which resulted in me issuing three show-cause letters.
Ramli Yusuff, former Commercial Crimes Investigation Department chief, alleging that Attorney-General Abdul Gani Patail and former police chief Musa Hassan had conspired to boot him out by framing a criminal charge against him
Najib answers Dr M
He is opposed to the implementation of GST, although all credible economists believe that broadening our tax base is the right thing to do. The revenue will be used for the welfare of the rakyat. Indeed, the idea was first mooted during his administration.
Najib Razak, insisting that Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s opposition to the Goods and Services Tax (GST) runs counter to the opinion of credible economists
Indeed, some of the allegations that have been made have no grounding in reality, for instance Tun’s claim that I am responsible for a loss of RM42 billion on 1MDB’s balance sheet. This appears to be a deliberate twisting of the facts as 1MDB has not made a loss of this amount.
Najib Razak, insisting that 1MDB is only facing challenges, but not at the level alleged by Dr Mahathir
For example, in a recent speech in Ipoh, he (Mahathir) cited a fictitious statement that the opposition has been peddling through the use of a doctored Utusan Malaysia article. Also, he regurgitated a false smear started by the opposition at the time of the last general election that my wife owned a RM24 million ring. It is a lie, and the company that owned the ring clarified in detail at the time that such a ring was never bought by Rosmah.
Najib Razak, chiding Dr Mahathir Mohamad for echoing the opposition's "malicious rumours" about his wife Rosmah Mansor and family
PAC to 1MDB
We do not send letters directly to the witnesses... we send it to the supervising ministry. As far as we are concerned, we gave ample notice, of more than two weeks. So whether Arul got the notification late is not our concern.
Nur Jazlan, Public Accounts Committee chief, dismissing claims by 1MDB that the notice for its officials to appear before the committee was too short
Najib and 1MDB
I urge agencies such as the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), Auditor-General's Department and the police to investigate the prime minister.
Rafizi Ramli, Pandan MP, urging the authorities to investigate Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak for possible criminal breach of trust or criminal fraudulence following revelations that the latter's written approval was required for the controversial deals undertaken by Terengganu Investment Authority (TIA), the predecessor of 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB).