Stolen GE13 & Voting Frauds - No surprise. Whole BN govt had been on Forgery Steroids.
Stolen GE13 & Voting Frauds - No surprise. Whole BN govt had been on Forgery Steroids. What is surprising are the jewels of honest, upright professionals who were inspired to break away from the corrupt clutch of the BN govt.
Mohd Nizam Lajim, 31, the son of a former deputy minister, was charged in the Sessions Court today with using a forged document over a road construction project in Batu Pahat, Johor.
Mohd Nizam, son of former deputy housing and local government minister Datuk Seri Lajim Ukin, pleaded not guilty to having used a forged document dated July 25, 2012, as a genuine one carrying the recommendation of Land and Regional Development Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal.
The document was said to be an addendum listing companies proposed for the construction of roads in Mukim 6 Linau and Mukim 7 Tg Semberong in Batu Pahat, Johor.
The companies listed were Moral Bahagia Sdn Bhd, Prestasi Reka Sdn Bhd, Satria Mara Sdn Bhd, Sanjung Sempurna Sdn Bhd, Pertama Makmur Sdn Bhd, Mansashi Sdn Bhd, H & A Construction Sdn Bhd, Nisa Consolidated Sdn Bhd, Bina-Mas Construction Sdn Bhd and Landscape Sdn Bhd.
Mohd Nizam was charged with having committed the offence at Berjaya Starbucks Coffee, Lot No. G40, The Mall, No. 100, Jalan Putra, here, at 3.40pm on Aug 8 last year.
He was charged under Section 471 of the Penal Code and the penalty, under Section 465 of the same code, is a maximum of two years' imprisonment or a fine, or both, upon conviction.
Deputy Public Prosecutor Afifah Mamat alias Yusof of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) proposed RM50,000 bail with one surety and for the accused to surrender his passport to the court.
Counsel Datuk K Kumarendran sought to have the bail reduced to RM10,000, saying that his client had cooperated fully with the MACC since the investigation into the case began in August last year.
Judge Rosbiahanin Arifin set bail at RM20,000 with one surety, ordered the accused to surrender his passport to the court, and set June 25 for case management.