KUALA LUMPUR: The people should realise that the Selangor state administration is getting messier following the raid on Univerisiti Selangor (Unisel) by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), according to a Selangor Umno man.
Selangor Umno deputy chairman Datuk Mat Nadzari Ahmad Dahlan questioned how Jana Niaga was said to have received payment even though it had failed to fulfill the terms of contract with UniSel and also how the Menteri Besar Incorporated (MBI) claimed that the payment was made to Jana Niaga through court arbitration.
“Through a few documents obtained from Selangor-Leaks.com it is very obvious that the contract issue betwen UniSel and Jana Niaga is very suspicious.
“If the claims are true then it is odd that a company UniSel claimed to have failed to fulfill its contract, could be given millions of ringgit in compensation and a renewed contract,” Mat Nadzari said in a statement here today.
He said Umno and Selangor Barisan Nasional (BN) is confident in MACC’s transparency and capability in bringing those who are guilty to justice.
Mat Nadzari also said they did not want only the ‘ikan bilis’ to be investigated or for anyone to be used as scapegoats.
He also said Selangor Umno and BN viewed the raids by MACC on the Shah Alam campus of UniSel, Jana Niaga office in Desa Pandan and the MBI seriously.
“The future of UniSel students is still uncertain with the issue plaguing the institution which was set up by the the state government of BN with the intention to turn the state into a state of the art education hub but what it has become today is very upsetting and worrying.
“We’re not even touching on the issue of free education which has been used by the Pakatan Rakyat to win votes in Selangor but it looks like it is another empty promise and now they are offering study loans which is something the people of Selangor can judge for themselves,” he said.
He expressed confidence that the rakyat in Selangor can see for themselves how rhetorical PKR administration can be and assured Selangor Umno and BN will continue to use the mature approach in the state’s politics. – MO