Former Pos Malaysia section chief claims trial to 25 corruption charges in Melaka


MELAKA: A former Pos Malaysia transport managing section chief claimed trial to 26 counts of corruption charges involving a sum of RM248,000 at the Sessions Court here Wednesday (Sept 28).

The not guilty plea was made by the accused, Hazri Mokhtar, 43, before Sessions Court Judge Elesabet Paya Wan.

Hazri had allegedly received bribes amounting to RM248,000 as an inducement to expedite payments by Pos Malaysia to OnxOn Logistik Sdn Bhd for outsourcing line-haul and shuttle services in Sabah and Sarawak.

The money was allegedly transferred through online banking transactions to two bank accounts owned by Hazri at Bank Simpanan Nasional, Lot 779, Jalan Munshi Abdullah, and Maybank Melaka Main, Graha Peladang, Jalan Hang Tuah, here between July 8, 2020 and Oct 11, 2021.

The offences were allegedly committed under Section 16 (a) (A) of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009 which carries a maximum 20 years in jail and a fine of no less than five times the amount of the gratification upon conviction.

Hazri was represented by counsel Mohammad Amir Aizat Abd Rani.

The court also granted bail of RM35,000 with his wife standing surety while fixing Nov 2 for the next mention of the case.

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