Questions mount over deputy minister’s 3-month absence


THE whereabouts of Federal Territories Deputy Minister Edmund Santhara is being questioned after a report claiming that the Segamat lawmaker has been in New Zealand for the last three months while drawing his MP’s salary.

Former prime minister Najib Razak is the latest to question Santhara’s purported absence in Malaysia, saying it would invite public anger if not explained.


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  • I think the Emergency is very good. Can get salary and benefits without having to work.

    Posted 1 month ago by Adrian Tan

  • I also wonder why an elected representative found guilty of corruption is still free roaming around the country, the Segamat law maker can still performed his duties as long as he is connected ie WFH but the najis who question Segamat where about is even worst as he was sleeping while at work and has to be pull his ears by his wife on how to do his work which is stealing the nation wealth.

    Posted 1 month ago by Teruna Kelana