04 January 2013

Tanah Boustead beli, masih lagi atas nama Kerajaan Persekutuan dan tak pernah dipindah milik kpd.mana2 syarikat atau individu...

NONEMenteri Besar Selangor, Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim berkata, tiada pembangunan akan diluluskan atas tanah yang dijual oleh ahli perniagaan Deepak Jaikishan juga kepada Boustead Holdings di kawasan perindustrian Bukit Raja.

"Kerajaan Selangor tidak akan meluluskan sebarang permohonan pembangunan di atas tanah yang telah diserah kepada Pesuruhjaya Tanah Persekutuan di kawasan Perindustrian Bukit Raja, Klang," katanya.

“Kita tidak akan membenarkan sebarang pembangunan di atas tanah itu kecuali bagi pembinaan kem latihan tentera seperti yang ditetapkan, itu pun selepas mendapat kebenaran Mesyuarat kerajaan Negeri Selangor (MMKN) dan Majlis Tindakan Ekonomi Negeri Selangor (MTES)," kata menteri besar.


"Jika ada apa-apa pembangunan dan urusniaga dilakukan ke atas tanah tersebut, maka ianya dilakukan tanpa pengetahuan kerajaan negeri dan Kerajaan Negeri tidak mengiktirafnya," katanya dalam satu kenyataan hari ini.  

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Keputusan itu dibuat dalam mesyuarat MTES yang dipengerusikan Abdul Khalid selepas mendengar taklimat Pengarah Tanah dan Galian Negeri dan tiga pegawai daerah, semalam.

Dalam mesyuarat MTES itu, menteri besar telah dimaklumkan bahawa semua tanah yang diserah kepada Pesuruhjaya Tanah Persekutuan dikhususkan untuk pembinaan kem latihan tentera dan tanah tersebut masih lagi di bawah nama Pesuruhjaya Tanah Persekutuan dan tidak dipindahmilik kepada mana-mana syarikat atau individu.

Menteri Besar berkata keputusan ini sejajar dengan prinsip kerajaan negeri yang telus, bertanggungjawab dan menolak sama sekali amalan rasuah serta salah guna kuasa untuk kepentingan peribadi dan politik yang akhirnya rakyat menangung beban.- malaysiakini

 Gambaran artis Puspahanas

Najib laku penyelewengan anugerah projek Puspahanas...

PKR mendakwa Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun  Razak melakukan penyelewengan dan salahlaku rasuah ketika menjadi menteri pertahanan kerana menganugerahkan projek Pusat Pengajian Pertahanan Nasional (Puspahanas) bernilai RM100 juta kepada syarikat yang didakwanya tidak layak.

NONESyarikat Ketua Wanita Umno Selangor,  Raja Ropiaah Raja Abdullah (kiri) itu - Awan Megah Sdn Bhd - mengikut carian Suruhanjaya  Syarikat, telah dorman sejak tahun 1993, kata pengarah strategi PKR Rafizi Ramli hari ini.

Bercakap dalam satu sidang akhbar hari ini, Rafizi berkata, ini bermakna, antara 1994 sehingga kini, Awan Megah tidak menjalankan apa-apa aktiviti dan kekal sebagai syarikat yang tidak aktif

Katanya, ia juga bermakna bahawa Najib sebagai menteri pertahanan ketika itu, telah menyalahgunakan kuasanya dengan menganugerah projek penswastaan bernilai puluhan juta itu pada tahun 2005 kepada Awan Megah, "apabila ia adalah jelas bukan sebuah syarikat pembinaan yang mampu menjalankan projek tersebut."
-malaysiakini


Khalid: No development on Bukit Raja land allowed...

Opposition-run Selangor will not approve any development on the Bukit Raja Industrial region land bought by Boustead Holdings Berhad, from a firm owned by state Wanita Umno chief Raja Ropiaah Raja Abdullah.

“If there is any development and business dealing takes place on the land involved, it will be considered to be done without the knowledge of the state and the state government will not recognise it,” said Menteri Besar Abdul Khalid Ibrahim in a statement today.

Khalid said the state will only allow the construction of army training camps on the site, as was intended when the property was ceded by the state to the Federal Land Commissioner.


“We will not approve any form of development on the land except for the building of army training camps as was originally established, and even that can only be done after receiving the approval of the Selangor exco and the Selangor Economic Action Council (MTES),” said Khalid.

The decision was made by MTES which is chaired by the MB, following explanations given by officers from the state Land and Minerals Office and three district officers yesterday.

The meeting was also informed that the land which was specifically for building an army camp is still under the name of the Federal Land Commissioner and has not yet been transferred to any individual or company.

The property became embroiled in controversy when carpet trader Deepak Jaikishin, whose company Astacanggih Sdn Bhd provided the bond for the land acquisition, accused Raja Ropiaah’s Awan Megah Sdn Bhd, who was originally awarded the land by the government to build an army camp, of cheating him and sued the company.

Lembaga Tabung Angkatan Tentera (LTAT)-controlled Boustead announced that it will buy the land for RM160 million last week after announcing that it had bought over Deepak’s Astacanggih via a wholly-owned subsidiary for RM30 million.

Some have accused the GLC and the army trust funds invested in it of being used by political interests to buy out Deepak and rescue Raja Ropiaah from legal wrangles.

This is especially since Deepak was in the midst of revealing the alleged involvement of Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak and his family in a purported cover-up of evidence and testimonies relating to the murder of Mongolian national Altantuya Shaariibuu.

Deepak made it clear that his legal troubles with Raja Ropiaah was one of the reason that he was making his allegedly damning disclosures.
- malaysiakini    

 GuppyUnip

Toothbrush maker financing Puspahanas...

Awan Megah, the company owned by Wanita Umno Selangor chief has not spent a single sen on the 2005 project and instead gained millions, said PKR.The multi-million defence project awarded to Awan Megah Sdn Bhd is fully financed by a company specialising in the manufacturing of toothbrushes, said PKR leader Rafizi Ramli today.

He said this meant that Raja Ropiaah, who owns Awan Megah, had not spent a single sen on the National Defence Education Centre (Puspahanas) project, despite having been given RM130 million and 223.33 acres of prime land in return for developing the centre.

Instead, he said, the Selangor Umno Wanita chief received multiple commissions for the project from three different companies – Deepak Jaikishan’s Astacanggih Sdn Bhd, Boustead Holdings Bhd (BHB) and toothbrush manufacturer GuppyUnip Sdn Bhd.

“It is clear that Awan Megah is just an ‘Ali Baba’ company – it has no activities, no capital and just works as a middleman to gain commission, much like the Perimekar company involved in the Scorpene scandal,” Rafizi told reporters at a press conference here.

As proof, the PKR director of strategy provided reporters with the latest summary of Awan Megah’s financial information from the Companies Comission Malaysia (CCM).

The documents revealed that Awan Megah had not conducted any financial activity since 1993, and was considered a dormant company. This was despite the fact that the then defence minister Najib Tun Razak had awarded the Puspahanas project to Raja Ropiaah in 2005.

Instead, copies of a private and confidental letter from the United Overseas Bank (UOB) to GuppyUnip showed it had approved a loan of RM79,250,000 for GuppyUnip in 2010.

The copy, which Rafizi distributed to reporters, said the purpose of the loans was for “issuance of financial guarantee favouring Awan Megah (M) Sdn Bhd”, “to pay Awan Megah Sdn Bhd” as well as to partly finance the “cost of earthwork and infrastructure costs on the subject property”, among others.

“This document proves Awan Megah is not going to spend a single sen on Puspahanas nor the development of 223 acres of land in Shah Alam. Everything would be covered by GuppyUnip,” said Rafizi.

“Worse still, the 223 acres of land is supposed to be for Awan Megah but the letter from UOB shows that GuppyUnip is covering the costs of the premium payment to the Selangor state government,” he added.

He said the bank document also revealed why the Puspahanas project was delayed for so long – it took five years for Awan Megah to find a partner which could provide it with the financial backing it needed.

Meanwhile, even the unfinished Puspahanas’ location remained a mystery to the public and Rafizi said he would attempt to visit the presumed construction site over the weekend.

“I heard that in the past five years, they have not managed to go beyond breaking the ground,” he said.

‘She won’t be able to escape’

Meanwhile, PKR Wanita chief Zuraida Kamaruddin questioned what happened to the millions given to Raja Ropiaah for the defence deal.


“Last Wednesday, I made a statement for Raja Ropiaah to come forward. What would be done with the millions, since it won’t be used to fund Puspahanas?

“To enrich her family? To enrich Wanita Umno? The culture of taking the rakyat’s money for their own personal use is prevalent in Wanita Umno,” she said.

Zuraida said that should Raja Ropiaah choose to keep quiet over the missing funds, it would be to the latter’s detriment as PKR Wanita would go all out to expose the scandals she was hiding.

“We expect her to keep quiet, the way [Wanita Umno chief] Shahrizat Abdul Jalil did [over the National Feedlot Scandal]. But she won’t be able to escape,” she stressed.


Rafizi also explained that the reason Awan Megah needed to pull in partners such as carpet dealer Deepak and GuppyUnip to finance the project was because it was a “shell company.”

“Awan Megah is only a shell company, it has no expertise in construction. In fact, it has not run any activity at all, as you can see in the CCM documents.

“That is why when it was awarded Puspahanas, it had to rope in another company as a partner to actually manage the construction. And this is how Deepak came in,” he explained.

Deepak had alleged that he paid a substantial sum of money to the family of Najib so that the then defence minister would allow him to come in as a party in the Puspahanas project.

In return for financing Puspahanas, he was promised the 223 acres of land, which was eventually never given to him. He then sued Raja Ropiaah for breach of agreement but had recently dropped the lawsuit.

Najib must answer

Rafizi said that the prime minister was responsible for the Puspahanas fiasco as it was he who awarded the RM100 million privatisation deal to Raja Ropiaah’s company.


He flayed Najib for apparently awarding the project through direct negotiation to a company that had no experience in construction.

“Direct negotiation is quite common among BN. But at the very least, award the tender to a company with a track record of construction. No open tender is bad enough but at least negotiate with those companies that have experience,” Rafizi pointed out.

“As a defence minister, Najib committed corruption and bribery when awarding a project worth millions to Awan Megah, which is not even a capable construction company.

“He can give any excuse or explanation for this, but that is what you call bribery. It is clear corruption to give the project to a company owned by the Selangor Umno Wanita chief,” he added.

He also said Najib was indirectly responsible for the fact that GuppyUnip – a company that was formed recently in 2009 – was now managing the Puspahanas project.

Rafizi said he would be lodging a report over the matter with the police and MACC on Monday.

The PKR leader also refuted Lembaga Tabung Angkatan Tentera (LTAT) chairman Admiral Mohd Anwar Mohd Nor’s claim that Astacanggih had no bank loan.

LTAT vehicle Boustead Holdings BHD had come under fire for purchasing an 80% stake in Astacanggih for RM30 million, as well as Bukit Raja land worth RM130 million from Awan Megah.

“Mohd Anwar was wrong when he says Astacanggih has no loan. It has a RM90 million loan which the LTAT will have to take over,” Rafizi said when asked to comment on the issue.

“Najib has to be answerable to the armed personnel.  These people struggle when they retire as they don’t receive pension; they just get receive a small compensation from LTAT.

“So if their money is not managed properly, then Najib must take responsibility for this.”-FMT

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

1.Raja Ropiaah got RM27 million in cash and 223 acres of land for doing nothing from Najib(then Minister of Defence).

2.Raja Ropiaah then got another RM13 million from Deepak by promising to share the land with him.

3. When the deal went awry,Deepak has started sing like a canary & LTAT has to buy the land from Ropiaah and Deepak to shut his mouth.

Why give the land for free to Raja Ropiaah + cash bonus of RM27 million, then force LTAT buy the land from her?

If Najib really cares for the ex-servicemen then surely he should have given the land to LTAT for free from the very start!

Now LTAT says they negotiate a deal over 7 years.What!!! 7 years to close a land deal? Why there were no other land for Boustead to acquire over the last 7 years? Probably LTAT got to wait till Najib becomes PM.

Malaysians bukan macam LEMBU KONDO lah!!!

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Anonymous said...

Quite a story...