Friday 10 July 2015



Berhubung pendedahan dalam media yang dikaitkan dengan isu 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), semua pendedahan itu dipandang serius oleh Pasukan Petugas Khas dan siasatan akan dibuat serta kenyataan diambil daripada semua orang yang berkenaan.

Selanjutnya berkaitan dengan pendedahan media mengenai akaun isteri Perdana Menteri, perkara itu sememangnya sudah diketahui oleh Pasukan Petugas Khas sebelum pendedahan itu dan siasatan mengenainya sedang dikendalikan.

Pasukan Petugas Khas juga ingin menegaskan bahawa siasatan berhubung isu 1MDB dijalankan dengan telus, bebas dan profesional.

Sehubungan itu, Pasukan Petugas Khas berharap semua pihak tidak mempersoalkan kewibawaan Bank Negara Malaysia, Polis Diraja Malaysia  dan Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia dalam mengendalikan tugas dan fungsi mereka dalam siasatan ini.

Peguam Negara Malaysia

Gabenor Bank Negara Malaysia

Ketua Polis Negara Malaysia

Ketua Pesuruhjaya, Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia

10 Julai 2015


SN said...

I just want a guilty verdict. Nothing less. Tak kira. Nak jugak

Task Force Tulin said...

Can these 4 Tan Sris make a statement to disclose clearly the scope of the Task Force? Wall Street Journal had on 3 July 2015 reported that US$700 millions has been remitted into the PM personal accounts at AM Bank.

The 4 Tan Sris should answer which of the scope below they are basing on:-

Scope A - To confirm that US$700 millions has been remitted into the PM personal accounts at AM Bank , or

Scope B - To establish whether the PM has use the US700 million for "personal gain".

Can the Task Force make a statement tomorrow by stating Scope A or Scope B? It's very simple and straight forward question which all of us want to know now.

Anonymous said...

How we can't questions ur integrity, whereas ur boss still reluctant to take leave while investigation is underway, and have the guts telling us the investigation scope, what do u take us for, Prime Moron!

Anonymous said...

siapa 2 stupid anon kat atas ni???

Anonymous said...

Beriya2 macai menafikan bukan akaun rosmah hanya..last2 tuan punya diri mengaku tu akaun dia...cuma tuan punya diri masih tak xplain dr mana dtg rm2 mil tu..huhu

Anonymous said...

Anon 8.30' tak kenal kah? Your mum and papa!

Unknown said...

They might need to discuss with their boss @ the accussed.....before deciding a or b. This strange happening i believe only happen in this part of the world.....

Anonymous said...

Salam Apanama, sempena bday Tun, boleh tak tuan tulis dan jemput komen2 drpd semua yg pernah bercakap/berjumpa dgn tun/toh puan...sebelum/semasa/selepas jadi pm?

Saya rasa ianya dapat bantu semua orang utk lebih memahami mereka...


Anonymous said...

Dan demikianlah Kami adakan dalam tiap-tiap negeri orang-orang besar yang jahat supaya mereka melakukan tipu daya di negeri itu, padahal tiadalah mereka memperdayakan selain dari dirinya sendiri (kerana merekalah yang akan menerima akibatnya yang buruk), sedang mereka tidak menyedarinya.

(Al-An'aam 6:123)

Anonymous said...

The ball is now in the court of the task force. Over to you now Tan Sris, don't keep us guessing.

One of the saner voices in Malaysian politics MP Gobind Deo urged the attorney-general (A-G) to reveal the details of the investigation by a special government task force looking into the allegations against the prime minister in order to inspire the people's confidence in the probe.
DAP legal head Gobind Singh Deo said that although the special task force was announced by A-G Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail, there were hardly any details about its scope and what it was investigating.
"Malaysians have a right to know what possible offences the police are looking at in this investigation and who, if any so far, the prime suspects are," Gobind said in a statement today.
"An announcement to this effect would also make it possible for people with information to come forward to assist investigations."
The special task force was announced following a report by The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) alleging that US$700 million (RM2.67 billion) was moved among government agencies, banks and entities linked to 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) before finally ending up in the prime minister's personal accounts in five separate deposits.
Besides Gani, the task force includes Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar, Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chairman Tan Sri Abu Kassim Mohamed and Bank Negara governor Tan Sri Zeti Akhtar Aziz.

Najib has denied taking money for personal gain, but has not commented directly on the fund transfers to his accounts. Bank Negara and AmBank have also not responded to the allegations.
Gobind said today that the case generated much interest in and out of the country and it was important for the task force to assure the public that the probe was not merely a formality.
"It has been announced that various accounts have been frozen whilst others are being looked at as well, but there are no details from the A-G as to whose accounts these are or why they have been frozen.
"We also need to know if there is any cause for concern over the use and whereabouts of funds involved in this case, if any and if so, what the police plan to do about it in the meanwhile," he added.
The investigations should have clarity in terms of its direction and the steps to be taken to deal with the case to ensure there was no conflict of interest on the part of those on the task force that will taint the probe.
"A silent probe does not inspire confidence. It also keeps people guessing and that makes an already difficult situation open to further suspicion.
"This surely cannot be what the A-G has in mind nor intends to achieve given the highly controversial nature of the problem at hand.
"He should therefore do all that he can in order to build public confidence in the task force and he should start by telling us exactly who and what is the focus of investigations of the task force," the DAP lawmaker said. – July 10, 2015 -

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Praxis said...

How objective can one be if one has only one's own opinion on one's integrity? Syntax error I presume.

Anon said...

Ok..ok....white paper or rci satu!!!!!