Drug-fuelled party to obtain govt contracts, say sources

Kalidevi Mogan Kumarappa

Of the 17 people arrested in a raid on a Jalan Puchong condo unit early Sunday, 16 have tested positive for methamphetamine. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, January 16, 2020.

POLICE have identified a businessman as the main player behind a drug-fuelled party thrown for civil servants with the aim of obtaining lucrative government contracts.

In the raid on a condominium in Jalan Puchong, Kuala Lumpur, early Sunday, 17 people were arrested, among them the businessman, his colleagues, an assemblyman and ministers’ aides.

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  • What utter disgust to say to be at the wrong place at the wrong time. Its pointless changing government if the new and old are habitual to such antics. Those who involved has certainly compromised integrity at all level hence the only decent thing to do is to resign from all party post and the government on its part must show good example by weeding them out from their government post. Enough is enough as these are the making of little Napoleons 2.0. No sweet talk and given any room to stay on, action must be taken.

    Posted 1 year ago by Teruna Kelana

  • Law says gallows for drug suppliers and abusers as the threshold is Low

    Posted 1 year ago by Kinetica Cho

  • Corruption as usual.

    Posted 1 year ago by Adrian Tan

  • Two things strike me from this report. If true, it seems the businessman believed corruption still works. Secondly, the stupidity of the people involved tells me that they have no business serving the country. Very shocking. How long will it take for Malaysians to learn how to say no to corruption?

    Posted 1 year ago by Malaysia New hope