Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Why Felda should disclose findings of forensic audit investigation

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?


  1. Salam Dato Rocky.

    Spot-on Dato.

    Nonetheless... as I've said before, I would not be surprised at all, if they decided to classified it under OSA, just like they did with 1MDB-Jho Low's Forensic Audit, BNM and PAC report.
    Who gives a damn about credibility or transparency when the report exposed incriminating evidence against themselves, especially in the midst of GE14.

    Maybe the ultimate truth about everything... e.g. Felda's other deals, MARA, KBS, Sabah Water, DBKL-Bank Rakyat, including the motif of Altantuya's murder... will only be known after Dr.M becomes PM again.

    "... 240 documents linked to forensic audit investigation into the Felda Jalan Semarak land's lost and found mystery."

    Ehmmm... in contrast to DoJ's initial Civil filing which involved money-trails worth Billions, criss-crossing the world over, it was just 136 pages.
    Therefore, Muhyiddin or anybody would not get lost in anyway.

  2. Anonymous9:16 am

    the same shouldve been done for 1mdb, which is a much bigger international scandal...

    oh i'll know your retort... 1mdb is clean n pure, as stated by yr beloved bn govt. all the other countries investigating 1mdb are are wrong, only bn govt is right..

    journalistic integrity be damned, right?

  3. Anonymous1:04 pm

    Why bother with muhyidin since he with the opposition right now?
    Wasnt it good for the govt?

    I notived you failed to mention Isa Samad.
    Why is that?
    You think malay is dumb just like umno expected to?
    What happen to felda hotel in london?
    Why najib still want keep to isa?

    Is it due to port dick story?