SHAH ALAM – The Shah Alam Magistrate Court issued a four-day remand order until Monday on two individuals over investigation into RM18,000 bribery case.
The remand application was made by the Selangor Senior Assistant Enforcer of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), Mohd Ihsan Anuar this morning on a civil servant with managerial rank and a civilian.
The two accused were hand cuffed and clad in the orange MACC lockup attire and brough to the court at around 9.45am this morning.
The healthy duo who are free from Covid-19 symptoms made a plea to the court to shorten their remand period.
The 54-year-old civil servant said that he is in the midst of preparation to send his child to German for further studies, meanwhile the 51-year-old civilian has to take care of his mother who has epilepsy.
The court then set the remand period for four days until Monday.
Mohd Ihsan requested for a one-week remand order as the accused were arrested at around 3.00 pm yesterday at the Selangor MACC office to enable investigation, including seeking several other parties related to the bribery case.
The accused are investigated under Section 16(a)(A) of the MACC Act 2009. – MalaysiaGazette