Probe conduct of councillors, S’gor govt urged


  • Nation
  • Sunday, 01 Jul 2012

PETALING JAYA: The Selangor government has been urged to set up a committee to investigate complaints on the conduct of councillors in the state.

Klang DAP parliamentary liaison committee member T.G. Teh claimed that there had been many complaints that were not investigated properly, although they had been brought to Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim’s attention.

Teh, who is the Taman Gembira DAP branch secretary, said the complaints included accusations of abuse of power by a councillor and the mis­use of rental allocations by a DAP MP.

He said Khalid had referred the complaints to state executive councillors Teresa Kok and Ronnie Liu instead.

“We suspect that the complaints won’t see the light of day,” he added.

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