Posted by Admin Direktori Blog | Posted on 9:18 PTG
Posted: 02 Apr 2013 12:29 AM PDT
SHAH ALAM: Questions have been raised over the Selangor government's refusal to take action against two errant lawmakers.
Nibong Tebal member of parliament (MP) Tan Tee Beng yesterday asked why the party had not taken action against Serdang MP Teo Nie Ching for receiving RM500 per month from January 2009 to June 2011 for the rental of a service centre in Taman Megah, Cheras.
At a press conference at Bangunan Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah yesterday, Tan showed reporters a statutory declaration by landlord P. Vyraveraja, who claimed that he had received RM1,000 per month as rental for his premises when the rental was only RM500.
In the declaration, Vyraveraja claimed he had to return the extra RM500 every month to Teo's personal assistant, Chan Hung Guan.
"It has been nine months since I wrote letters to several parties informing them of this, but no action has been taken," said Tan, adding that the case involved RM15,000 in total.
Tan had previously lodged reports with seven parties, including Selangor Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim, Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission, police, Bar Council and the DAP disciplinary panel on the matter.
Tan also alleged that Seputeh member of parliament Teresa Kok Suh Sim had misused a RM10,000 contribution from a traders association in Sabah that was supposed to be given to single mothers in Selangor.
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