06 July 2012

Dahlah kira lembu tak pandai, Chua Tee Yong macam Noh Omar, juga 'confused' pasai angka dan nama...

Ahli Parlimen Petaling Jaya  Utara (PJU), Tony Pua(kanan) menerangkan bahawa kerajaan Selangor tidak membayar sebanyak RM 1 billion kepada Talam Corporation seperti didakwa oleh Datuk Chua Tee Yong.

Menurutnya, kerajaan negeri telah menerima bayaran sebanyak RM12.7 juta dari Talam pada 12 Mac 2010 dalam bentuk tunai, kemudian Talam menyerahkan aset kepada syarikat milik kerajaan negeri, Menteri Besar Incorporated (MBI) yang berjumlah RM 676 juta, yang mempunyai hutang tertunggak sebanyak RM266.2 juta dan RM30.5 juta dalam kos tambahan.

“Kami membayar hutang dari cawangan syarikat MBI, iaitu Universiti Selangor (Unisel), Kumpulan Hartanah Selangor dan Permodalan Negeri Selangor, bukannya Talam,” kata Setiausaha Publisiti DAP itu dalam sidang media pagi ini.

Menurut Pua lagi, Talam tidak menerima satu sen pun dari kerajaan negeri, bahkan Selangor memaksa Talam untuk membayar hutang lama dari kerajaan negeri yang terdahulu  berjumlah RM392 juta.

Talam berhutang dengan Unisel sebanyak RM 255 juta, Hartanah Selangor RM 115 juta dan Permodalan Negeri Selangor RM 22 juta.

Kerajaan negeri pada tahun 2008 telah menubuhkan MBI dan menyatukan semua syarikat tersebut di bawah MBI — menjadikan semua syarikat ini sebagai anak syarikat MBI.

“Kerajaan negeri telah memaksa Talam untuk membayar hutang tertunggaknya setelah tidak membayarnya semasa Selangor di bawah kerajaan Barisan Nasional (BN).

“Jadi bagaimana Datuk Chua Tee Yong boleh berkata yang kerajaan negeri menggunakan wang rakyat untuk membayar hutang-hutang Talam sedangkan Talam yang berhutang dengan kerajaan negeri?” katanya lagi.

Tony Pua menjelaskan bahawa aset-aset dari Talam yang diserahkan kepada kerajaan negeri adalah untuk menyelesaikan baki hutang selepas bayaran pertama yang berjumlah RM 12.7 juta dibuat.

Bayaran kedua dibayar melalui penyerahan aset berjumlah RM 44.7 juta dan aset ini adalah aset yang bebas dari hutang.

Tony Pua membidas kenyataan Chua yang mengatakan bahawa kerajaan negeri menggunakan wang rakyat yang berjumlah RM 1 billion untuk membayar hutang-hutang Talam.

Selasa lalu, Ketua Biro Profesional Muda MCA Chua meminta kerajaan negeri untuk menerangkan kenapa RM 1 billion digunakan untuk membayar hutang Talam kepada tiga syarikat terbabit.

“Jelas sekali Chua tidak menyemak angka-angka ini dengan betul hingga melakukan kesilapan sebegini,” kata Ahli Parlimen PJU itu.

Turut hadir dalam sidang media itu ialah Ahli Parlimen Puchong, Gobind Singh Deo.
Gobind berkata MCA kini sudah semakin terdesak untuk mendapatkan undi dan ini bukan kali pertama parti komponen BN itu melakukan perkara sedemikian.

“Serangan sebegini juga dilakukan kepada Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang, Lim Guan Eng dan jelas sekali mereka semakin terdesak untuk mendapatkan undi”, kata Gobind merujuk kepada dakwaan terhadap Setiausaha Agung DAP itu.- malaysian insider

Isu Talam: MCA buat kesalahan besar, kata DAP


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MCA made mega blunder in Talam deal accusation...

DAP today debunked MCA's claim that the Selangor government was involved in a "RM1 billion questionable deal" with Talam Corporation Bhd, saying the MCA had entirely misrepresented the state's debt recovery exercise. 

NONEIn fact, DAP publicity chief Tony Pua (left) said, Talam did not receive a single sen from the deal, but parted with RM676 million of its assets.

MCA deputy minister Chua Tee Yong had not only engaged in "elementary double-counting" to back his "mega blunder", but neglected publicly available announcements on the matter 


Talam filed with Bursa Malaysia, Pua told a press conference today.

Referring to announcements made to Bursa Malaysia in March and April 2010, Pua said the RM676 million in assets taken over by the Selangor government from Talam was partly used to offset RM379 million of Talam's state debt.

The remaining amount was to cover loans taken from banks by Talam to buy the land.

Pua said the only cash Talam paid to Selangor was RM12.7 million, to settle the remainder of the state debt amounting to RM392 million. 


NONEThe RM266 million which Chua (left), a trained accountant, claimed was paid in cash to Talam to buy additional assets was in fact the charges owing to the bank and this became the responsibility of Selangor, since the land was now  the government's.

Pua said this is what Talam had meant in its annual report, when it said that the RM266 million had been settled with lenders.


 

"All this information is from public documents, which means I didn't get this from the state government. All are reported on Bursa Malaysia.

"If someone had done his homework, he wouldn't have made these stupid blunders. The documents are still there," Pua said.


Bursa announcements spell out details

According to the Bursa documents, there were two settlements, the first on March 12, 2010 involving RM241 million, and another on April 9, 2010 for about RM151 million.

The second settlement involves RM354 million of encumbered land, with the differential value used to settle with the bank.

Asked why Kumpulan Hartanah Selangor Bhd’s financial statement as of March 31, 2012 states that it is still owed RM150 mil, Pua said this does not mean that the state has run away with the money. 


azlan He said that the state, via MB Incorporated, is likely to have entered into an agreement with the three state subsidiaries which Talam owed in 2010, but the transaction could have been staggered.

He said while he does not know the details, he knows that part of the amount has already been disbursed to the subsidiaries.

“It is for MBI to sort this out with the subsidiries. How the Selangor government wants to park its money is up to the state. Some have been paid, some have signed agreements...

“What Selangor has got is land, they are trying to realise the value. I don’t have the details as these are not in public documents,” he said.

On Chua’s assertion that RM300 million for Geran Selangorku did not actually come from the recovered Talam debts, Pua said that the money would have been from MBI as the RM300 million could not have come out of nowhere.

“Surely (the state) would  have realised some of the cash (from the properties), otherwise, where would cash come from? The state financial officer would have needed to ensure there is liquidity,” he said.- malaysiakini


 MCA’s RM1b Talam bailout claim is fiction

RM1b Selangor scandal?




MB Khalid - I'm having fun listening to Tee Yong's claim...

The Selangor government will provide the details of its debt restructuring exercise with Talam Corporation Bhd during the state assembly sitting, which begins on Monday.

NONEThe state will do the necessary to explain the process to the media and also, the state's intention to sue MCA, Menteri Besar Abdul Khalid Ibrahim said at a press conference in Gombak today.

"Let them reveal everything they have. First it was RM1 billion, then it was RM260 million. I'm having fun listening to their claims," Khalid said, laughing when asked on the Selangor's next course of action.


 

MCA Young Professionals Bureau chief Chua Tee Yong claimed that debt restructuring deal with Talam was a bailout, that the state had forked out more than RM260 million to rescue the ailing construction firm through complicated accounting.

Talam, which was involved in a number of joint venture housing projects with the state government, ran into financial trouble, resulting in several projects being abandoned.

This led to the state's intervention to ensure that the projects were completed.

Chua said the state received RM392 million worth of assets from Talam in an deal to offset the debt it owed the state.

Khalid said yesterday that Selangor would take MCA to court as the accusations were untrue and tarnished the image of the state government.

Talam also rubbished Chua's allegations, saying that the accusations were "baffling" as it had worked its way out of debt by completing a regularisation plan approved by the Securities Commission on July 1, 2009.- malaysiakini


"It has been said that there is no fool like an old fool, except a young fool. But the young fool has first to grow up to be an old fool to realise what a damn fool he was when he was a young fool."- Harold Macmillan,former British Prime Minister


 

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