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Tuesday June 24, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Tuesday June 24, 2014 MYT 7:43:25 AM
KUALA LUMPUR: National Feedlot Corporation Sdn Bhd executive chairman Datuk Seri Dr Mohamad Salleh Ismail and his three children were appointed directors in several companies since 2006, a Sessions Court here heard.
Companies Commission of Malaysia assistant registrar Roslizawati Nur Wahida Abd Ahmad said Dr Mohamad Salleh and his son Wan Shahinur Izran were appointed directors in Syarikat Macronial Technology Sdn Bhd on Aug 28, 2006, following the resignations of one Sumami Kiman and Shaharuddin Abdullah.
Roslizawati said according to Form 49, which contains information on a company’s director, manager and secretary, Wan Izzana Fatimah Zabedah was appointed a new director of Syarikat Real Food Company Sdn Bhd on May 20, 2009.
“On Jan 6, 2010, the directors at that time were Dr Mohamad Salleh and his children Wan Shahinur Izran, Wan Izzana and the newly appointed Wan Shahinur Izmir,” she said in the trial of Dr Mohamad Salleh who was charged with committing criminal breach of trust of more than RM49mil between May 6 and Nov 16, 2009.
Roslizawati also noted that on Sept 3, 2005, the directors of Bizvance Sdn Bhd were stated as Sumami and Shaharuddin.
A Form 49 dated Aug 21, 2006, revealed that the new directors of Bizvance were Wan Shahinur Izmir and Wan Shahinur Izran.
“However, Form 49 dated April 23, 2008, stated the resignation of Wan Shahinur Izmir.
“Dr Mohamad Salleh was appointed the new director the same day,” she said when replying to questions by deputy public prosecutor Azies Han yesterday.
Later, lead prosecutor Awang Armadajaya Awang Mahmud told the court that his office has received a letter from a High Court here stating that the case management for the defence’s application to strike out the charges is fixed for Thursday.
He said if the decision is in favour of the prosecution, the trial before judge Norsharidah Awang may continue on July 16, 17 and 18.
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