Penang Deputy CM Ramasamy arrives at MACC

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  • Wednesday, 14 Feb 2018

GEORGE TOWN: Deputy Chief Minister II Dr P. Ramasamy arrived at the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) office at Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah here on Wednesday (Feb 14) morning.

He said he is unaware of what the MACC will question him about with regards to the undersea tunnel project.

“I was not directly involved in the undersea tunnel project and don’t know what they will ask me,” he told reporters gathered outside the MACC office.

He was accompanied by his lawyer Datuk Aljit Singh Jessy.

Ramasamy also said that he was not aware if any other state executive councillor would be questioned on the project.

Penang works committee chairman Lim Hock Seng was questioned by the MACC for 13 hours on Tuesday (Feb 13).

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