RM3.5 million in cash seized, RM100 million in bank accounts frozen in ‘Project Cartel’ probe


Kalidevi Mogan Kumarappa

Seven suspects and a 38-year-old senior government officer have been nabbed by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission to assist in the ‘Project Cartel’ probe. – Pic courtesy of MACC, April 6, 2021.

ANTI-GRAFT investigators found RM3.5 million stashed in the home of the ringleader of the “Project Cartel” syndicate following a raid at his Klang Valley residence yesterday.

Sources told The Malaysian Insight that luxury vehicles worth RM15.7 million, along with properties including bungalows, shophouses and offices worth RM29 million, were also seized in the raid.


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  • The only way to get rid of corruption issue is to have a clean government.. Unfortunately, we never seems to have those since 80s until today... Our Muslim leaders preach about babi, arak etc but taking corruption money is ok

    Posted 4 days ago by Against Corruption