Datuk among those charged in fake employment pass case

KUALA LUMPUR: A group of people including a Datuk have been hauled to the court and charged with 81 counts of money laundering, involving a total of RM19mil in relation to a fake Visitor’s Pass for Temporary Employment (PLKS) syndicate.

The five - Datuk Ab Aziz Abdullah, 44; his sister Anita Abdullah, 47; Anita’s husband, Muhammad Semail, 43; Abu Yazid Mohd, 38; and Mohd Hariza Mohd Yusof, 34 - pleaded not guilty when the charges were read out at two separate Sessions Courts here on Thursday (March 10).

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