MACC gets seven-day remand for civil servant over alleged RM10,000 bribe


SEREMBAN: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission has obtained a seven-day remand for a civil servant for allegedly soliciting and accepting a RM10,000 bribe over a land application matter.

Magistrate Syed Mohd Farid Syed Ali allowed an application from the MACC to remand the suspect for seven days till June 17.

It is learnt that the suspect - who is in his 30s - was detained when he turned up at the state MACC office here on Monday (June 10) evening.

State MACC chief Awgkok Ahmad Taufik Putra Awg Ismail confirmed the arrest when contacted on Monday.

The case is being probed under Section 17(a) of the MACC Act 2009.

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