Former Penang chief minister Lim Guan Eng’s request to obtain Whatsapp conversations between two main witnesses in his undersea tunnel corruption trial will be heard on March 1 and 17 by the sessions court.
Lim’s defense is trying to obtain the notes of proceedings in a cheating case in the Shah Alam sessions court involving potential witness G Gnanaraja. Gnanaraja, who is a prosecution witness in Lim’s trial, was charged with cheating businessman Zarul Ahmad Mohd Zulkifli of RM19 million.
The defense is requesting the Whatsapp conversations to show that the prosecution suppressed evidence that a sum of RM2 million was paid to a “third party” and not to Lim. The hearing before Justice Azura Alwi continues on March 1.
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