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13 October 2012

Fearing to break PAS’s fealty oath, Nash seeks being sacked

Fearing the consequences of being an oathbreaker, PAS lawmaker Nasharuddin Mat Isa is deliberately stirring animosity with DAP allies to force his Islamist party to expel him from its ranks.

The Bachok MP is suspected to be the chief instigator of quarrels between the two Pakatan Rakyat (PR) partners over their mutual disagreement in turning Malaysia into a full-blown Islamic state and introduce Islamic criminal laws nationwide.

He is seen to be driving a bigger wedge between the two parties by flagrantly ignoring PAS’s offical stand to set aside all talk of forming an Islamic state and focus on working together with the secular DAP to boost the PR pact’s chance to take federal power at the 13th general election due soon.

If we see, lately, Nasha has been aggressively pitting PAS and DAP leaders against each other so that Pakatan Rakyat splits. He does all this with the purpose that PAS will sack him and not him leaving PAS.

Leaving PAS means going against bai’ah, and this may be the main reason why he is not leaving PAS voluntarily 

Bai’ah is an Arabic term meaning an oath of allegiance that Muslims take to show their loyalty and commitment to their Islamic cause. Muslims believe that those who break bai’ah will suffer divine punishment.

Nasharuddin was PAS deputy president until he was trounced by party colleague and popular rally speaker Mohamad Sabu last year in a three-cornered fight at the PAS election. The religious conservative also ran against Datuk Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man who is currently PAS information chief.

The PAS-DAP spat had been widely reported in the mainstream media and was seen to strain ties between the two opposition allies at a crucial time in the run-up to the intense battle for Putrajaya.

But   whatever happens to Nasharuddin will not greatly impact support for PAS.

To me, what is being done by Nasha is more towards strengthening Umno’s people who are already in Umno .

Even if Nasharuddin quit PAS for Umno, the politician would only likely suffer the fate of other former PAS leaders such as former president Datuk Mohd Asri Muda and former deputy president Nakhaie Ahmad.

If Nasha joins Umno, he will not gain the full trust from that party because everyone knows his heart and soul is not sincere and is even becoming a parasite to a new party that he is a member,

For example , Even after being sacked from PAS, Hasan was not welcomed to join Umno but was instead forced to set up Jalur Tiga (Jati), a non-governmental organisation (NGO) that fights for Islam, Malays and the royal institution.

We also  questioned Nasharuddin’s sincerity in championing hudud — the controversial Islamic penal code.

Previously, when trying to convince PAS to join Umno to form a united government, Nasha told PAS that Pak Lah wanted to give three ministerial seats if PAS agreed to be with Umno.

Nashruddin’s statements are clearly intended to benefit BN and create tension between PR parties.

We  want to ask him, when Pak Lah offered the three ministerial seats, did he also discuss the implementation of hudud?

If Umno were truly sincere in having talks with PAS, Nasharuddin should be allowed to stand in the Bachok parliamentary seat unchallenged in the next general election and win.

We want to see whether Umno places a candidate in Bachok or not.

Nasharuddin’s recent controversial remarks on hudud and the Islamic state appeared to be a political agenda to benefit the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition and create tension within PR.

His relationship with  PAS is not as close as his links with BN. His statements are clearly intended to benefit BN and create tension between PR parties although issued without proof .

In the latest of several allegations, Nasharuddin had echoed his political rivals in Umno and other religious hawks who accused the secular DAP of having led prayers to turn Malaysia into a Christian state during a thanksgiving dinner held after the PR component party won 12 seats in the Sarawak state election in April last year.

Nasharuddin had not raised the matter before this in the Syura Council, PAS’s highest decision-making body.Umno’s strategy is to create conflict within PR as the 13th general election draws nearer.

When parties in PR fight, such as the conflict between PAS and DAP over the hudud issue, Umno and BN gain.

PR will be seen as not united if it continues to fight among itself and this is what Umno wants.






By collaborating with the self confessed "Devil" party called ArmNo, he is already entitle to suffer divine punishment when he meet GOD.

PAS can learn from DAP's dealing with Tunku Aziz. Make his life so unbearable, call him 'low class', and then he will willingly resign!

or stripe off all his position, and band him from speaking to any member, even religious talk on Friday......cold storage this moron...

This idiot should be sacked immediately as he clearly a liability for PAS and PR. Let him join Umno so that he can sleep with Dr Chua Soi Lek and tell MCA to leave BN if CSL does not support hudud.

Whatever Nasharuddin does from here on, it is obvious and clear to everyone that Nasharuddin cares only for himself!

He has absolutely no concern for the rakyat at all!

As I said, it is not religion that makes people good, it is good people that makes religion good!

DAP’s ‘secular’ stand not anti-Islam

The DAP’s secular stand does not mean that it is anti-Islam or anti-God, its parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang said today as the party comes under renewed attack by certain religious conservatives accusing it of plotting to turn mainly Muslim Malaysia into a Christian state.

The DAP’s stand that Malaysia is a secular nation is shared by the country’s first three prime ministers, Lim (picture) said in a statement.

“All throughout the DAP’s 46-year history, the DAP has been constant and consistent in the stand, which is also that of the first three Prime Ministers, Tunku Abdul Rahman, Tun Razak and Tun Hussein, that Malaysia is a democratic, multi-racial, secular and multi-religious nation with Islam as the official religion but Malaysia is not an Islamic State,” Lim said.

The Ipoh-Timor MP also said that DAP’s secular stand is not “anti-Islam” or “anti-religion”, saying that the party actually defends and enhances Malaysia’s multi-religious nature.

“By ‘secular’, we do not mean anti-religion, anti-God, anti-Islam, anti-Christianity, anti-Buddhism, anti-Hinduism or anti-Sikhism but a state polity which is morality-based and pro-Islam, pro-Christianity, pro-Buddhism, pro-Hinduism and pro-Sikhism in defending and enhancing the multi-religious characteristics and diversity of the Malaysian nation.”

Two lawmakers – former PKR MP who turned independent and pledged allegiance to the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition Zulkifli Noordin and renegade PAS leader Nasharuddin Mat Isa – had again raised the allegations, which top Pakatan Rakyat (PR) opposition leaders have attacked as a move to scare away Muslim voters from voting for the opposition pact in the 13th general elections.

Church leaders have yesterday brushed off the “baseless” allegations as an “old tale”, saying that voters will not fall for such an election ploy.

The Christian Federation of Malaysia (CFM) chairman yesterday said more focus should be placed on “real issues” such as justice, fairness, dealing with corruption and helping the poor.

Malaysia’s 28 million people is 60 per cent Muslim, while Christians form the third biggest religious group or 9.1 per cent of population, after the Buddhists (19.2 per cent). Hindus make up 6.3 per cent with the remaining populace following Confucianism, Taoism and other traditional Chinese beliefs, Lim said.

He pointed out that there are presently some 35 Christian MPs in Parliament or about one-sixth of the total Parliamentary strength – a far cry from the two-thirds of 148 MPs out of a total of 222 MPs required to amend the Federal Constitution to establish a Christian state.






It's mind-boggling how ONE party, umNO, is able to twist and corrupt religion to work for and against it! What may be worse is, there are many who buy their BS lock-stock-and-barrel!

History will be the judge of umNO's wrongdoing against it's people!

12 October 2012

Bankrupt of ideas...this UMNO stupid pig revives ‘Christian Malaysia’ report, shows ‘proof’ in Parliament

An independent federal lawmaker today sought to revive last year’s “Christian Malaysia” allegations against the DAP, revealing in Parliament what he claimed was photographic evidence of an alleged plot by party leaders and foreign clergymen to turn the country into a Christian state.
Zulkifli Noordin (IND-Kulim Bandar Baharu) urged Putrajaya to investigate the matter, saying the Malay community, as the country’s dominant ethnic group, have compromised too much over the years.

“Imagine if it was revealed that imams and mosque authorities had helped Barisan Nasional (BN) to win the polls... what would have happened then? They (opposition) would not have kept silent,” he told the House when debating Budget 2013 this evening.

The former PKR lawmaker said he was in possession of photographic proof of a thanksgiving held in Penang last year on May 5, shortly after the Sarawak state election on April 16, where DAP leaders and a group of local and foreign clergymen had prayed to install a Christian Prime Minister and turn the country into a Christian state.

Listing those in attendance, which he said included priests and pastors from United Kingdom and South Africa, Zulkifli said it was also admitted during the dinner that foreign churches were willing to channel funds to help the opposition’s political struggle here.

“The priest from South Africa said he was invited to observe the Sarawak polls, and that he was disappointed in how the Christians have been sidelined in Malaysia, especially on the AlKitab Malay language bibles issue.

“He requested that something is done to help spread Christianity here and said that money is not a problem and that the churches in Africa are ready to help.”

The independent lawmaker had raised the matter when attempting to draw links with the latest claim by PAS MP Nasharuddin Mat Isa, who had alleged of a similar thanksgiving ceremony in Sarawak.

Speaking at a press conference later, Zulkifli maintained that his remarks were based on actual proof of the dinner function, which he said he had obtained from “sources”.

“My main concern here is on the involvement of foreign clergymen in our country’s politics. Not only are they involved in terms of their physical presence in our country, but they have also promised funds to the opposition.

“This is direct interference and this is my concern.”

He, however, refused to release the photographs to the media, but denied that it was because he was afraid to be sued by the DAP.

“Why don’t you go back and ask your boss — is Zulkifli Noordin a coward?

“Put it in that way you know... do not spin. I am never one who is afraid of anybody,” he retorted to the reporter who asked for the photographs, adding later a challenge to DAP leaders to deny his remarks today.

Zulkifli’s revelation today was first exposed in May last year in a front-page article on Umno-owned daily Utusan Malaysia headlined “Malaysia negara Kristian? (Malaysia a Christian country?)”.

The Malay daily reported that “Malam ini pula, akan diadakan satu majlis di Pusat Kristian (Katolik) Pulau Pinang di sini dan satu ceramah perdana pula dianjurkan esok. Pertemuan itu dikatakan dianjurkan setiap tahun”.

[“Tonight, there will be a function at the Penang Christian Centre (Catholic) here and the public lecture will take place tomorrow. The convention is organised every year.”]

Several Muslim organisations, including right-wing Malay rights group Perkasa, lodged police reports after reading the Utusan report, which was based entirely on allegations by several anonymous bloggers known to be pro-Umno.

The bloggers have accused the DAP of sedition in an alleged conspiracy with Christians to change the country’s highest law to put a Christian in place of a Muslim as prime minister.

To back up their allegation, the bloggers pointed to a grainy photograph showing what they described to be a secret pact between the DAP’s Jelutong MP and pastors at a closed-door dinner party in a Penang hotel yesterday.

The DAP has vehemently denied the allegations and its secretary-general, Lim Guan Eng, has directed its members to file police reports to counter them.

Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein later claimed there was some element of truth in the story after DAP member Mohamed Razali Abdul Rahman lodged a report with the police and claimed that he had been present at the event.






If this dungu can believe that DAP can turn Malaysia into a Christian country then he is a real idiot or still thinking the majority of Malays are idiots.

He is an insult to all Malays in Malaysia and Hishamuddin and Rais now have competition for the Idiot of the Year Award!

What sort of idiot is this?
"He, however, refused to release the photographs to the media, but denied that it was because he was afraid to be sued by the DAP"

You are afraid to be sued because you are talking rubbish. You are just wanting to create publicity lah...

Photographic proof of someone praying something! What a laugh!! Does the photo come with caption over their heads? LMAO!!

What kind of MP is this???

These Devils are hard at work and have gone overdrive to split Malaysians apart. If they succeed then Malaysia is doomed be it Christians, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhist or others.

Lets nail the last nail on the coffin for these devils come PRU13

This guy knows he is a dead potato and will not stand a chance in next GE....he tries everything he possibly can now just to remind his voters he is still alive

10 October 2012

UMNO heifer try to uphold the wet yarn ...Shahrizat says was asked to quit because of PKR duo’s attacks

Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil today said Umno leaders only asked her to resign as Minister for Women, Family and Community Delevopment in response to defamatory statements by PKR’s Rafizi Ramli and Zuraida Kamaruddin.

The Wanita Umno chief (picture) was asked by counsel Ranjit Singh during cross-examination in her defamation case against the PKR duo today if she felt defamed by statements made by Kinabatangan MP Bung Mokhtar Radin, former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamed and minister Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz to the press, which she answered: “No”.

“I did not feel defamed as (Bung Mokhtar) was acting as a consequence of the defamation by the defendants,” Shahrizat said.

Earlier this year, Dr Mahathir told Shahrizat not to “love” her post to the point of refusing to part with it even if this were to be good for Umno.

The former prime minister, who late last year expressed support for Shahrizat’s resignation over the National Feedlot Centre (NFC) scandal, pointed out to the senator that she would eventually have to part with her post.

The former minister had appeared to gain rousing support from both the Youth and her Wanita wing of Umno during the party’s annual general meeting last year after she denied any wrongdoing in the NFC scandal.

Despite this, other leaders apart from Dr Mahathir, such as Umno MP Datuk Bung Mokhtar Radin, had called for the women, family and community development minister to step down instead of “troubling us.”

Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Aziz had also said earlier this year that NFCorp, which is run by Shahrizat’s family, had breached its loan conditions for the NFC with the federal government.

She eventually relinquished her Cabinet post this year after her senatorship was not renewed.

PKR has repeatedly attacked the project with various allegations surrounding the “loans” of over RM84 million given by the NFC to companies owned by Shahrizat’s family, including RM13.8 million for two luxury condominiums in Bangsar.

Shahrizat, who is the wife of NFCorp chairman Datuk Seri Mohamad Salleh Ismail, had been linked to the scandal by PKR because of her husband’s position, and their three children’s directorships in the same firm.

Mohamed Salleh was charged with criminal breach of trust and violating the Companies Act in relation to RM49 million in federal funds given to NFCorp on March 12.

The 64-year-old was charged under the Penal Code relating to CBT for misappropriating RM9,758,140 from NFCorp’s funds to purchase two condominium units at the One Menerung complex in Bangsar for the National Meat and Livestock Corporation (NMLC) on December 1 and December 4, 2009.

He was also charged with transferring RM40 million of NFCorp’s funds to the NMLC between May 6 and November 16, 2009.

He was further charged in both cases for using the said funds without any approval from company’s annual general meeting, which is an offence the Companies Act.

If found guilty, he faces between two and 20 years’ imprisonment, whipping, and a fine for the offences under the Penal Code.

Mohamad Salleh also faces a five-year jail term or RM30,000 fine for the charges proffered under the Companies Act.






You are just trying to distract the attention and focus of the rakyats from NFC by initiating this suit against PKR members. Why quit if you are so resolute that you DID NO WRONG, SEE NO WRONG, HEAR NO WRONG SAID NO WRONG ?
Your conscience is clear and you sleep well at night ? Then you should have stayed on in the cabinet !

She remained defiantly unabashed. What else does she want to prove? Even her colleagues showed disdain towards her.

what! only 20 years jail ? what about the money? we want you + family to pay back OUR MONEY!!

senile old man can also recover his memory ....Dr M defends PKFZ deal, says forced sale would have made him unpopular

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad told the High Court here today he had not agreed to the compulsory acquisition of land for the Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) project, even though he acknowledged such practices usually ended up saving money for the government.

The practice of compulsory acquisitions would have made him an unpopular politician, the former prime minister said when appearing as a defence witness for former transport minister Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik, who is on trial for deceiving the Cabinet in the government’s purchase of land for the PKFZ project.

“No. Normally when government wants to acquire land, the valuation is very low to save government money; the government officers wants to help government to save money,” said Dr Mahathir to questions from defence lawyer Wong Kian Kheong.

“As a politician who depends on my popularity to stay in office, I would not like to undervalue land acquired by government. That would make me unpopular and my status depends on my popularity,” he said.

Wong had asked Dr Mahathir if he had favoured compulsory acquisition when he was the then prime minister, minister of finance and minister of special functions.

Dr Mahathir told Wong that he had been informed the government had wanted to compulsorily acquire the land in August 2002.

The government had finally decided to purchase the land on a willing-seller-willing-buyer basis in November 2002.

Earlier, the former PM told the court that neither he nor any minister had lodged any criminal complaint about the Cabinet being deceived into approving the purchase of land for the PKFZ project.

He also testified that a policeman told him that if investigators had taken his police statement first, Dr Ling would not even have been charged with any crime.

Dr Ling was charged in 2010 but Dr Mahathir said his police statement was only recorded within these two years.

Dr Ling, who served as transport minister for 17 years from January 1986 to May 2003, is charged with deceiving the Cabinet into approving the purchase of 999.5 acres of land for the PKFZ project, which had resulted in wrongful losses for the government.

The project, initially estimated at RM1.1 billion after it was mooted by Dr Ling in 1997, more than quadrupled in cost to RM4.6 billion by 2007.

A position review by top accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) revealed in 2009 that the total cost including interests from debt repayments could reach RM12.5 billion.

Since December 2009, six individuals have been charged in court including ex-MCA president Dr Ling, and his successor as transport minister, former MCA deputy chief Tan Sri Chan Kong Choy.

Both are accused of lying to the Cabinet.

Dr Ling also faces two alternative charges of deceiving the Cabinet into believing that the terms of the purchase — at RM25 psf plus 7.5 per cent interest — were acknowledged and agreed to by the JPPH despite knowing that there was no such agreement.

He faces a possible jail term of up to seven years, or a fine, or both, if convicted on the first charge under Section 418 of the Penal Code.





Worst politician Malaysia ever had in history! Used rakyat money to gain popularity making rakyat paid for mega hugh losses!

Apa nama, suddenly you remembered a lot of things . You can even remember how you witnessed a british soilder being killed by japanese troops in ww2 in the early 1940s WOW n WOW..

Oh Oh! Najib, he is talking about you. How can you allow the land in Pengerang being "compulsory acquired"!!! This will make you unpopular.

Quick, go and undo it!

"Forced Sale" depends on who is on the other side. We have seen a lot of forced sale transactions that happen so rampantly during his tenure

He is willing to sell the country to the dogs as long as this will make him popular. What a vile politician.

religious ministers zakat's thief rejoiced....Tabung Haji subsidy for this year RM125m


tabung haji subsidy may be chanelled to his palace...????


Tabung Haji has channelled RM125 million in subsidy for Malaysian Haj pilgrims this season compared with RM100 million last year, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Jamil Khir Baharom said today.
He said the cost of subsidy borne was more than RM5,000 for each pilgrim performing the Haj for the first time. Jamil Khir said Malaysia offered a low cost for the Haj compared to other countries in the region.

“When we compare, Brunei charges around RM18,000, Singapore also charges around RM18,000, Indonesia’s rates depend on the area, whereby in Jakarta it costs around RM15,000.

“In Thailand, it costs between RM16,000 and RM18,000,” he said in reply to a supplementary question from Datuk Ismail Mohamed Said (BN-Kuala Krau) regarding the difference in Haj charges for Malaysian pilgrims and those from neighbouring countries, in the Dewan Rakyat.

Jamil Khir said the cost imposed on each Malaysian pilgrim for 40 days, including return flight, accommodation, food and others, was RM9,980 compared to the actual cost of RM15,150.

Replying to a question from Salahuddin Ayub (PAS-Kubang Kerian), he said construction had begun on a new complex to replace the Tabung Haji Complex in Kelana Jaya.

The new complex was located near the KL International Airport (KLIA). He said the complex was built in Kelana Jaya then because of its proximity to Subang airport, which has now relocated to Sepang






Jamil renovated his house for a million................its like bonus now

PAS should not keep human guise of pigskin ....Nasha plotting with Umno to destroy Pakatan

pigskin face....shameless....!!!!

Several PAS lawmakers today openly rebuked Nasharuddin Mat Isa for his latest attack against DAP, accusing the senior party leader of conspiring with Umno to cause a split in Pakatan Rakyat (PR) ahead of the next general election.

Shah Alam MP Khalid Samad raised suspicion over the timing of Nasharuddin’s latest anti-DAP statement, pointing out that “it was not yesterday” that both PAS and DAP had become partners in PR.

“Read between the lines,” Khalid said at a press conference in Parliament today, when commenting on Nasharuddin’s “Christian conspiracy” allegation against DAP yesterday.

He alleged that Nasharuddin, who currently sits as a member of PAS’ highest decision making body, the Syura Council, was likely aiming to be punished by the PAS leadership when he made the statement during a speech in Putra World Trade Center (PWTC).

“It looks like this is what he wants. It is so close to the elections. He has been sitting in the Syura Council all this time but has remained silent till now... it was not just yesterday that we were with DAP.

“To me, this is an action planned and conspired by him with those on the outside... namely Umno,” he said.

Nasharuddin yesterday earned the ire of his DAP allies again when he revived the “Christian conspiracy” allegations against the secular party, an issue that has been used repeatedly by Malay right wing groups and hardliners in Umno purportedly to warn away the Malays from supporting PR.

In a speech at PWTC, the former PAS deputy president reportedly alleged that DAP leaders had led prayers to turn Malaysia into a Christian state during a thanksgiving dinner held after the Sarawak state election in April last year.

Rubbishing his colleague’s words, Khalid asked Nasharuddin why he had not raised the matter before in the Syura Council of the PAS Central Working Committee (CWC).

“Surely if he has proof and his words have basis, the PAS leadership would take action,” the parliamentarian said.

Furthermore, Khalid said, there was little sense to Nasharuddin’s remarks as DAP’s founding struggle was not for Christianity or any other religion.

“They are a Democratic Action Party. Unlike PAS, where it is expressly stated in our Constitution that Islam forms our founding struggle, DAP is multireligious, multiracial and multicultural.

“Is Karpal Singh (DAP chairman) a Christian? Are Lim Guan Eng (secretary-general), Lim Kit Siang (adviser) and Teng Chang Khim Christians?” he asked.

Khalid also said it was up to DAP leaders if they wanted to lodge a report against Nasharuddin, but stressed that the latter’s remarks were his own personal view and do not reflect PAS’s views.

He questioned Nasharuddin’s objective in issuing such a statement to begin with, adding later that “his (Nasharuddin) relationship with us in PAS is not as close as his links with BN.”

“His statements seem to take on an angle meant to bring benefit to BN,” he said.

PAS vice-president Salahuddin Ayub  who was also present at the press conference with Khalid, later agreed with his colleague but said the matter should be left up to the Syura Council to deliberate on.

“Let the council decide what to do with this issue,” he told reporters when asked if he felt the council should take action against Nasharuddin.

Earlier today, several DAP lawmakers came out to deny the allegation and demanded that Nasharuddin wishdraw his remarks and issue a public apology to their party.

“Christians constitute a mere nine per cent of the country’s population.

“As such, it is not possible to establish a Christian state in Malaysia.

“There is therefore no reason for Christians to be made the object of hate,” DAP lawmakers Wong Ho Leng and Chong Chieng Jen said in a statement here.

This is not the first time Nasharuddin has locked horns with DAP.

Recently, the senior PAS leader went on a collision course with Karpal Singh over the hudud controversy, even fuelling speculation that the Syura Council may sack him for his views.






It is well and good if PAS is comfortable with the maggot that is constantly gnawing at your flesh, BUT it is grossly unfair to your PAKATAN partners who to have to bear the collateral damage! Go think about it, PAS!

PAS, please take action against this traitor before he destroy everything that we have work for. He is just as bad and dumb like Hassan Ali.

This is not the first time this Nasha guy is causing problem to Pas and Pakatan but the funny thing is that despite this nagging pain, Pas still afraid to take action against him. Why??? No power for the syura council to take action or the syura council does not want to be the bad guy? Cannot understand!!!

The número uno Trojan horse is Nasha!!!

UMNO heifers do not know shame ....after robbed RM 250 m public money ..she shows pigskin face...

Shahrizat tells court she’s not embarrassed by NFCorp failure

Former minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil said today she was not embarrassed by the failure of National Feedlot Corporation (NFCorp) helmed by her husband, Datuk Seri Mohamad Salleh Ismail, in running the National Feedlot Centre (NFC).

During cross-examination in her defamation case against PKR’s Zuraidah Kamaruddin and Rafizi Ramli today, lawyer Ranjit Singh asked if Shahrizat felt embarrassed when reading the 2010 Auditor-General’s report, which stated NFCorp had not met their obligations owed to the government.

“No. They did not refer to my husband’s company. Counsel has got his facts wrong,” claimed Shahrizat.

Ranjit then read the Wanita UMNO chief excerpts from the report which stated NFCorp had not met the contract obligations for the project, but again, Shahrizat disputed the question.

“Yes, but let me clarify, the Auditor-General was only referring to the national feedlot project. He has no power to audit a private company,” she said.

Shahrizat also testified that she did not know how NFCorp made its income.

“I don’t know. It’s a business entity. I don’t know what their plans are,” she said.

When the defence lawyer asked who was charged with managing the feedlot programme, Shahrizat again said she did not know.

“That you will have to ask the agricultural minister,” she added.

NFCorp is owned by Mohamad Salleh and the couple’s three children. Their eldest son, Wan Shahinur Izmir, was also present today before the High Court judge Vazeer Alam Mydin Meera.

Shahrizat was represented by Datuk Seri Muhammad Shafee Abdullah, who was not in attendance this morning.

Rafizi had previously said that although he had repeatedly raised the question of conflict of interest in the award of the NFC project to Mohamad Salleh’s company when Shahrizat was still in the Cabinet, it was only the NFCorp chairman who was charged in court with wrongdoing.

On May 12, Mohamad Salleh pleaded not guilty in the Sessions Court to two counts of criminal breach of trust involving RM49.7 million in NFCorp funds with regards to the purchase of two condominium units.

Rafizi, who has been at the forefront of the exposé on the scandal, was charged together with former Public Bank clerk Johari Mohamad under the Banking and Financial Institutions Act (BAFIA) for disclosing banking documents related to NFCorp.

Both of them could be fined a maximum of RM3 million or be jailed up to three years if found guilty.






Thats not her money. Of course she is not embarassed.

If thats her own money, she could be embarassed, dssapointed, worried, feared, to the extend may be suicide.

Well this shameless camel knows all too well that she'll get off scot-free and her family RM250mil richer courtesy of her fellow crooks in UMNO!That's why she's bold enough to say 'tell me which UMNO person doesn't have problems?'Well they'd better pray hard that UMNO stays in power or there wouldn't be enough cells to fit them all in!

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