Graft probes in relation to Covid-19 underway

PUTRAJAYA: Corruption involving the procurement of medical equipment and medicine was uncovered during the Covid-19 pandemic, says anti-graft chief Tan Sri Azam Baki.

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief said that among the investigations it embarked on in relation to Covid-19 were the abuse of power in diverting relief aid, fraud related to falsified medical protective equipment and the bribery of enforcement officers when enforcing the movement control order.

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