Funeral services graft probe: MACC arrests four hospital staff

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Funeral services graft probe: MACC arrests four hospital staff - Bernama

Funeral services graft probe: MACC arrests four hospital staff - Bernama

SHAH ALAM (May 30): The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) on Monday (May 30) arrested four staff members of a hospital in the state on suspicion of soliciting and accepting bribes of between RM1,000 and RM5,000 each for work related to funeral arrangement services. According to an MACC source, two of the suspects are health assistant officers and the other two are assistant medical officers aged between 35 and 41.The source said the suspects were arrested at about 6pm when

SHAH ALAM (May 30): The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) on Monday (May 30) arrested four staff members of a hospital in the state on suspicion of soliciting and accepting bribes of between RM1,000 and RM5,000 each for work related to funeral arrangement services.

According to an MACC source, two of the suspects are health assistant officers and the other two are assistant medical officers aged between 35 and 41.The source said the suspects were arrested at about 6pm when they came to the Selangor MACC office to give their statements, adding that they were believed to have solicited and accepted bribes from certain individuals in return for the individuals to secure jobs related to funeral arrangements services from 2018 until last year.

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A SHAH ALAM (May 30): The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) on Monday (May 30) arrested four staff members of a hospital in the state on suspicion of soliciting and accepting bribes of between RM1,000 and RM5,000 each for work related to funeral arrangement services.They allegedly accepted bribes between RM1,000 and RM4,000.for the latest news you need to know.He is among six individuals who have been appointed by the Prime Minister as panel members of the MACC’s independent monitoring bodies for a two-year tenure.

According to an MACC source, two of the suspects are health assistant officers and the other two are assistant medical officers aged between 35 and 41. The source said the suspects were arrested at about 6pm when they came to the Selangor MACC office to give their statements, adding that they were believed to have solicited and accepted bribes from certain individuals in return for the individuals to secure jobs related to funeral arrangements services from 2018 until last year. They were arrested at about 6pm at the Selangor MACC when they came to have their statements recorded. Meanwhile, Selangor MACC director Datuk Alias Salim confirmed the arrest and said the case is being investigated under Section 17 (a) of the MACC Act 2009. The letters of appointment were handed over by MACC’s Chief Commissioner Tan Sri Azam Baki at its headquarters here. He said three of the suspects would be brought to the Shah Alam Magistrate's Court on Tuesday (May 31) to obtain a remand order, while another suspect, a 41-year-old assistant medical officer, would be released on MACC bail on health grounds, after providing his statements to assist in the investigation. Selangor MACC director Datuk Alias ​​Salim confirmed the arrest and added that the case was being investigated under Section 17 (a) of the MACC Act 2009. On May 27, two health assistant officers aged 40 and 42 were remanded for five days by MACC to assist in the investigation of the case. The MACC also announced the reappointment of the five-member operations evaluation panel (PPO), including its chairman, former deputy head of the prosecution division of the Attorney General’s Chambers, Datuk Ahmad Rosli Mohd Sham.

Subscribe to Mid-day email alert We deliver news to your inbox daily . "The other suspect who is a 41-year-old assistant medical officer will be released on MACC bail due to health factors after giving evidence to assist in the investigation of the case," he said. It said the PPO panel members were former Attorney General’s Chambers prosecution division deputy head Datuk Ahmad Rosli Mohd Sham who is appointed as its chairman, former Kelantan state secretary Datuk Mohd Faudzi Che Mamat, former Internal Revenue Board deputy chief executive (compliance) Datuk Abdul Manap Dim, former Customs Department deputy director-general (enforcement and compliance) Datuk Azimah Abd Hamid and former Bank Negara Malaysia financial intelligence and enforcement division deputy director Mazlan Ahmad.