MACC speeds up probe on illegal logging in Sarawak


SIBU: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Com­mission (MACC) is speeding up its probe on the 519 bank accounts of individuals and companies which were frozen following its Ops Ger­gaji offensive against illegal logging and as­­sociated corrupt practices.

MACC deputy chief commissioner (Opera­tion) Datuk Sri Mohd Shukri Abdull told a joint press conference with Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem yesterday that they would give “special treatment” to check these accounts for involvement in the alleged offences.

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