|Syed Zahar ([email protected])|
|Tuesday, 03 July 2012 18:08|
KUALA LUMPUR: The Selangor administration yet again faces another accusation of corruption following MCA’s exposure of an alleged scandal involving the Pakatan Rakyat-ruled state. In the latest surprise attack on Pakatan, MCA Young Professionals Bureau chief Datuk Chua Tee Yong (pic, right) dropped a bombshell over an alleged RM1 billion scandal involving the Selangor government, a public-listed company and abuse of public funds.
During a media conference this afternoon, Chua challenged the Selangor government to explain a RM1bil deal with debt-ridden Talam Corporation. He claimed that instead of recovering a RM392mil debt from Talam, the state instead bought an additional RM284mil worth of assets from the company.