Fined for using forged tender documents

ALOR SETAR: Two company owners pleaded guilty to using forged documents in order to qualify for public cleaning tenders in 2019.

Sessions Court judge Harmi Thamri Mohamad meted out a fine on Mohd Rumzan Othman, 68, and Anuar Abdul Aziz, 39, here yesterday.

Mohd Rumzan faced two charges and was fined RM50,000 on each count in default six months’ jail, while Anuar, with only one charge, was fined RM50,000 in default six months’ jail, Bernama reported.

Mohd Ruzman was charged with dishonestly using forged documents, which were the Maybank Islamic account statements of MRR Enterprise and Hanna Niaga Enterprise for the months of October to December 2018, as genuine in the tender application for the Privatisation of Solid Waste Collection and Public Cleaning Management for the Northern Region.

As for Anuar, he was charged with committing a similar offence using a forged CIMB Bank account statement for the months of October to December 2018 of LJ Maju Sdn Bhd as genuine when applying for the same tender.

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