Govt, National Feedlot Corp still in discussions on settling RM253.6m suit, says senior federal counsel | Malay Mail

Govt, National Feedlot Corp still in discussions on settling RM253.6m suit, says senior federal counsel

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17/5/2022 2:42:00 PM

Govt, National Feedlot Corp still in discussions on settling RM253.6m suit, says senior federal counsel

KUALA LUMPUR, May 17 — The Malaysian government and the National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) are still in talks to settle a lawsuit demanding that the company repay the loan and interest amounting to RM253.6 million in connection with the National Feedlot Centre project in Gemas, Negri Sembilan....

channel for the latest updates.KUALA LUMPUR, May 17 — The Malaysian government and the National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) are still in talks to settle a lawsuit demanding that the company repay the loan and interest amounting to RM253.6 million in connection with the National Feedlot Centre project in Gemas, Negri Sembilan.

The company is managed by the husband and three children of former women, family and community development minister Tan Sri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil.Senior Federal Counsel Asliza Ali said the parties involved in the discussions were the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry (Mafi).

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KUALA LUMPUR, May 17 — The Malaysian government and the National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) are still in talks to settle a lawsuit demanding that the company repay the loan and interest amounting to RM253.6 million in connection with the National Feedlot Centre project in Gemas, Negri Sembilan. THE Malaysian government and the National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) are still in talks to settle a suit demanding that the company repay the loan and interest amounting to RM253. The company is managed by the husband and three children of former women, family and community development minister Tan Sri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil.36 metres (m) at the My Dinh National Stadium here to improve on her own national record. Senior Federal Counsel Asliza Ali said the parties involved in the discussions were the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry (Mafi). The company is managed by the husband and three children of former women, family and community development minister Shahrizat Abdul Jalil. “However, whether the settlement can be finalised or not can only be determined by the Cabinet. Also, I wasn’t actually focused on individual events but rather on the team event.

The court set August 23 for case management to inform the status of the settlement,” he said when contacted after the case proceedings before High Court Judge Anand Ponnudurai, today. Sign-up now and enjoy one (1) week free access!. Her silver-medal feat also saw her improve on her previous SEA Games achievement of bronze on her debut at the 2019 edition in the Philippines. According to Asliza, if the settlement fails to be reached, the trial of the case will continue on November 7, and Shahrizat’s husband, Datuk Mohamad Salleh Ismail is likely to testify. The trial had commenced on January 13, 2020, and a total of seven plaintiff witnesses and one defence witness, have testified. The government as the sole plaintiff filed the suit naming NFC as the first defendant, while Mohamad Salleh and his three children, namely Wan Shahinur Izran, Wan Shahinur Izmir and Wan Izzana Fatimah Zabedah, were the second to fifth defendants respectively.09m in her last attempt to overtake Queenie. The other defendants are six companies controlled by Mohamad Salleh’s family, namely National Meat & Livestock Corporation Sdn Bhd, Real Food Corporation Sdn Bhd, Meatworks Corporation Sdn Bhd, Agroscience Industries Sdn Bhd, Asian Bioscience Corporation Sdn Bhd and Techknowlogy Imageware (M) Sdn Bhd. Earlier, Hafizh, Hasli Izwan Amir Hassan and Mohd Ridhuan Mohamed accumulated 1,691 points to finish fourth in the team event, which was won by Vietnam (1,706 points).

The government claimed that it had signed a loan agreement totalling RM250 million with NFC on December 6, 2007, to finance the costs of establishing and operating a National Feedlot Centre in Gemas as part of its policy to develop and increase beef production. The loan was disbursed in three separate tranches and Mohamad Salleh’s family was claimed to have made 10 withdrawals amounting to RM180. — Bernama You May Also Like.51 million from January 24, 2008, to January 3, 2011 Of the RM180.51 million withdrawn, only RM8.32 million was paid directly to third parties to conduct the National Feedlot Centre project.

The balance of the withdrawn funds was transferred to other NFC accounts and a total of RM118.04 million from this balance was allegedly misused. The plaintiff claimed that RM9.76 million was misused, allegedly to purchase one of two units at One Menerung Residence by the sixth defendant, namely the National Meat & Livestock Corp. The government also claimed that a total of RM300,000 was used to make payment to an individual for an undisclosed purpose and an additional RM1.

8 million was paid to the same individual. Mohamad Salleh’s family also allegedly used the loan by the government to settle monthly rentals amounting to RM28,000 for an office lot at Solaris Mont Kiara. Other alleged expenditures made with the loan included the purchase of two plots of land in Putrajaya, payment to two legal firms and the purchase of a four-storey shophouse in Solaris Mont Kiara. — Bernama You May Also Like Related Articles .