Mitra scandal: 'Datuk' pleads not guilty to RM5.18mil CBT charge


IPOH: A company director, who is a Datuk, has been slapped with six charges for criminal breach of trust involving funds of about RM5.18mil from the Malaysian Indian Community Transformation Unit (Mitra).

Datuk L. Ragu Raman, 52, pleaded not guilty after the charges under Section 409 of the Penal Code were read to him before Sessions Court judge M Bakri Abd Majid here on Friday (Feb 18).

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