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Published: Sunday July 3, 2011 MYT 1:59:00 PMUpdated: Wednesday July 6, 2011 MYT 2:16:31 PM
KUALA LUMPUR: The inquest proceedings to investigate the death of Selangor Customs Assistant Director, Ahmad Sarbaini Mohamed, will begin Monday at the Magistrate's Court 3.
The inquest, which has been set to last until July 15, will be heard before Coroner Aizatul Akmal Maharani.
Ahmad Sarbani, 56, who was attached to the Port Klang Customs office, was found dead at the badminton court on the first floor, Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission's (MACC) Federal Territory office in Jalan Cochrane, here on April 6.
He was reported to have gone to the office voluntarily to meet with a MACC investigation officer concerning a probe into a corruption case involving 62 Customs officers.
On June 3, police had filed an application for an inquest into the death of Ahmad Sarbani under Section 399(1) of the Criminal Procedure Code. - Bernama
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