Former Immigration DG charged with bribery (update 2)


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  • Tuesday, 19 Aug 2008

KUALA LUMPUR: Former Immigration Department director-general Datuk Wahid Md Don pleaded not guilty in a Sessions Court here to committing bribery last month.

Wahid, 56, was alleged to have agreed to accept a bribe of RM60,000 from businessman Datuk Low Chang Hian as part of payment to expedite the approval of visa applications with reference for 4,337 Bangladeshis to enable them to enter Malaysia.

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