|Keep the docs but share the findings, YB|
240 DOCS LINKED TO PROBE. Well, I don't think people are interested in the 240 documents linked to forensic audit investigation into the Felda Jalan Semarak land's lost and found mystery. For the matter, I fear former DPM Muhyiddin Yassin himself would be lost under those piles of documents, just as he was with the 1MDB issue.
But most Malaysians, I'm sure, would like to know the findings of that investigation. Who lost the land and how or why, for example. And, for the sake of credibility and transparency, people really would not mind knowing who or which firm conducted that audit investigation. Of course, only when the whole investigation has been completed, YB Razali Ibrahim. No point giving the people a blow-by-blow account of an on-going forensic audit probe. This isn't football.
I am sure the (new) Felda management would also want the people to know [1. findings of the audit report 2. the company that conducted the audit]. Why? Because it was Felda's own big boss Shahrir Samad who had highlighted the problem (the "lost" land) in the first place. There was talk of fraud and abuse of power, etc. Surely, the people are owed the right to know if fraud was indeed committed. And if so, who are the culprits?