Fugitive Indonesian tycoon arrested in KL


Indonesian police officers escorting convicted corruption suspect, Djoko Tjandra (centre), during his arrival at the airport in Jakarta, yesterday, after he was arrested in Malaysia. Djoko’s escape led to several police generals’ dismissal. – AFP pic, July 31, 2020.

A TYCOON linked to the embezzlement of Bank Bali funds has been reportedly arrested in Malaysia, report Indonesian media.

Djoko Tjandra, 68, was convicted for corruption in 2009 and was seeking medical treatment in Kuala Lumpur.


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  • Linked to 1MDB, possibly also linked to the guy sentenced to 12 year jail. U help me, I help u concept, still insisted he has no knowledge of the 42million fund. Can u imagine how far a person can lie, especially a politician?

    Posted 1 month ago by James Wong

  • When a govt utilized high handed authority, punishment, threats and manipulation to manage the country, the leadership have no shame and integrity. He is a devil.

    Posted 1 month ago by James Wong