Datuk Malik provides full cooperation in corruption case investigation

MUHAMMAD AFHAM RAMLI
MUHAMMAD AFHAM RAMLI
28 Jul 2023 04:25pm
Datuk Malik (right) uploaded a statement on his Instagram account on Friday following the recent MACC investigations.
Datuk Malik (right) uploaded a statement on his Instagram account on Friday following the recent MACC investigations.
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SHAH ALAM - Datuk Abdul Malik Dasthigeer or better known as Datuk Malik will provide full cooperation to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) in the investigations into cases of corruption, criminal breach of trust (CBT), smuggling of illegal goods and invalid tax reduction.

The Malik Group of Companies founder and chairman said he had given the full disclosure on the matter.

"I will assist in providing the necessary information for the investigations into the case and would continue to provide information to help (in solving) the case.

"Thank you to those who have showed support for me," he said on his Instagram account on Friday.

He said he hoped for the best in order for justice to be upheld.

Malik was known as the person who brought artists from India to hold concerts in Malaysia.

His company consisted of Malik Streams Corporation Sdn Bhd, Malik Maju Sdn Bhd, Malik Streams Properties Sdn Bhd, Malik Streams Antenna Movies Sdn Bhd and Malik Streams Production & Distribution.

On Tuesday, it was reported that a businessman with a Datuk title and his allies were arrested with RM38 million in cash, an estimated 200 kilogrammes of gold valued at RM60 million as well as 17 luxury cars with some notable brands such as Maserati, Ferrari and Mercedes Benz in Op 82S which was carried out on a large scale.

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The operations on Monday were conducted by a team from Malaysia's enforcement agency, Multi-Agency Task Force (MATF) led by MACC.

The raid conducted at 34 locations in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor crippled activities of corruption, CBT, smuggling goods and invalid tax reduction.

MACC chief commissioner Tan Sri Azam Baki said the case was being investigated under the MACC Act 2009 and the Anti-Money Laundering, Anti Terrorism Financing and Proceeds of Unlawful Activities Act (Amlatfapuaa) 2001.