The PKR branch in Kemaman has called for the Terengganu government to fully cooperate with the MACC on allegations of corruption by state officials.
This follows the arrest of a division manager from a state government subsidiary who is suspected of giving a supply contract worth RM4,000 to his son’s company. Terengganu PKR Information and Communication Bureau says state government should be proactive in combating corruption.
It says lack of action from the government follows rhetoric that the state is free of corruption and abuse of power
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