GEORGE TOWN: Penang Public Works, Utilities and Transport Committee chairman Lim Hock Seng has shown up at the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission (MACC) building here to give his statement to assist in investigations on the undersea tunnel project today.
Lim arrived at the MACC building in Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah here at about 10am and he is still there as at 1pm.
Meanwhile, it is also learnt that Deputy Chief Minister II Dr P Ramasamy will also turn up to give his statement on the undersea tunnel tomorrow.
Meanwhile, MACC deputy commissioner in charge of operations Dak Azam Baki confirmed that the commission has called two state excos to give their statement but has declined further comment.
Asked whether more are expected to be called to provide statement into the investigations, he said it all depends on the statement provided by the two excos.
The MACC is currently investigating the undersea tunnel project for following reports of possibility of power abuse and embezzlement in the RM6 billion mega project.