Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar should commit full resources to track down the whereabouts of 1MDB kingpin and Malaysian millionaire Low Taek Jho or Jho Low due to wide implications on the Malaysian economy impacted by the RM42 billion scandal.(EN/CN)

Press Statement By DAP Secretary-General And MP For Bagan Lim Guan Eng In Kuala Lumpur On18.11.2015

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar should commit full resources to track down the whereabouts of 1MDB kingpin and Malaysian millionaire Low Taek Jho or Jho Low due to wide implications on the Malaysian economy impacted by the RM42 billion scandal. As long as this humongous scandal is not resolved and those responsible not punished, the value of the Malaysian ringgit will continue to languish at around RM4.40 to US1$, a 25% decline from the real value of the ringgit of RM3.60-3.70.

There is no point wasting time and money on a mentally unstable character like Alvin Tan, a disgraceful habitual offender that insults religion and public decency. Even though Alvin Tan is not in Malaysia but in the United States, there are hate laws there that can act against Alvin’s desecration of Islamic holy book the Quran. The Malaysian government should direct our Malaysian Embassy officials in Washington to lodge a police complaint for action to be taken under US laws against Alvin Tan.

DAP is shocked at a written reply by the Home Ministry to a parliamentaryt question from Wong Chen (PKR-Kelana Jaya), that there was no investigation conducted by the police against the millionaire and also no request from any parties to seek Interpol’s assistance to locate him. Interpol Malaysia were also not able to trace the whereabouts of four other individuals, namely former 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) executive directors Casey Tang Keng Chee and Jasmine Loo Ai Swan, SRC International Sdn Bhd managing director Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil and Goldman Sachs Malaysia managing director Datuk Yusof Annuar Yaacob.

Nik Faisal and Low are wanted by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission to assist in investigations related to SRC International, while, Tang and Loo are wanted by Bank Negara Malaysia to facilitate investigations under the Exchange Control Act 1953 to assist in investigations related to 1MDB. The police should be more aggressive and diligent in trying to trace these key personalities at the centre of the 1MDB scandal, especially Jho Low.
Has the police contacted Jho Low’s family, especially his father who was awarded a Tan Sri after the 2013 general elections? The public can not understand how the police still can not trace and locate Jho Low, when he is a well-connected millionaire who is in open public view, and not hiding like a terrorist.

LIM GUAN ENG

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民主行动党秘书长兼峇眼国会议员林冠英于2015年11月18日在吉隆坡发表的文告

全国总警长丹斯里卡立必须用尽所有资源追缉1MDB一马发展公司的主谋及大马百万富翁刘特佐,因为大马的经济已经受到一马发展公司420亿令吉丑闻严重冲击。只要一天没解决这项巨大的丑闻,应该负责的人没受到惩罚,大马的货币令吉就会一直如4令吉40仙对1美元般的疲弱。令吉从原有3令吉60仙至3令吉70仙,至今已经跌了25%。

别再浪费时间及金钱在精神不稳定的陈毅杰身上,他是一个侮辱宗教及妨害公共风化的惯犯。即便陈毅杰身在美国,不在马来西亚,美国也有仇恨罪可以对付陈毅杰亵渎伊斯兰教及可兰经。马来西亚政府应该透过在华盛顿的驻美大使馆向美国警方报警,以让美国法律对付陈毅杰。

行动党对于内政部在国会回答格拉纳再也公正党国会议员黄基全的答案感到震惊,内政部的回答竟然是警方并没有向刘特佐这位百万富翁展开调查,而且也没有任何一方人士寻求国际刑警寻找他的行踪。国际刑警马来西亚分部也不能追查另外四位涉嫌者,也就是一马发展公司的执行董事唐敬志及卢爱璇、SRC国际有限公司的董事主席聶菲沙及高盛大马董事主席拿督尤索夫安努亚。

聂菲沙及刘特佐正被马来西亚反贪会通辑,以协助一项与SRC国际私人有限公司的调查工作,而唐敬志及户爱璇则被国家银行通辑,在1953年外汇管制法令下,协助调查与一马发展公司相关的事项。在一马发展公司丑闻爆发的当儿,警方应该更积极及勤奋地尝试追踪这些关键人物,特别是刘特佐的下落。

警方到底有没有联系刘特佐的家人,特别是他那名在2013年全国大选后,获得最高元首封赐丹斯里勋衔的父亲?让公众人士不解的是,刘特佐作为一个出身名门的百万富翁,更是一个公众人物,他并不像恐怖份子般躲起来,为何警方迟迟未能追踪到他?

林冠英

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