MB's son, former aide to be charged tomorrow

  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 22 May 2024

PUTRAJAYA: The son of Perlis Mentri Besar Mohd Shukri Ramli is expected to be charged on Thursday (May 23).

He was expected to be brought to the Magistrate’s Court in Kangar at 8am to face charges.

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission had issued a press notification to inform that a company owner, believed to be Mohd Shukri’s son, would be brought to court.

While the notification did not spell out the nature of the charges, it was learnt that he was expected to face charges over alleged falsification of documents related to claims for infrastructure projects.

In April, the Mentri Besar’s son was among six men remanded by the MACC to assist in the investigation into a case of producing falsified documents to make RM600,000 in claims since 2022.

Two civil servants in the Mentri Besar’s Office, State Secretary’s Office and three company contractors were also detained.

All the suspects, aged between 26 and 37, were detained by the MACC on April 23.

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