Look into TNB power theft, PM urged


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  • Thursday, 21 Aug 2008

PUTRAJAYA: The Civil Movement Against Corruption (Gerak) has asked Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi to investigate its claims of power theft collusion among Tenaga Nasional Berhad’s (TNB) top officials, which has resulted in the company losing up to RM1bil a month.

The movement claimed that TNB officials were aware of the thefts that had been going on for years and failed to take any action against the culprits, who included hotels, factories, businesses and even individuals.

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