Kuantan magistrate’s court rejects remand application on Boy Iman

The Magistrate's Court today rejected the remand application on actor Datuk Noruliman A.Rahman or 'Boy Iman' and two individuals being held in connection with a housing sale fraud involving RM6.2 million

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Noruliman, 37, the Managing Director of DBI Properties and two other suspects from Juta Kelulut Global Resources aged 30 and 45 have finally been released today.

KUANTAN – The Magistrate’s Court today rejected the remand application on actor Datuk Noruliman A.Rahman or ‘Boy Iman’ and two individuals being held in connection with a housing sale fraud involving RM6.2 million.

The actor’s lawyer Faizul Mohd Nasir told reporters when met that magistrate Nordiana Abd Aziz made the decision after accepting his argument that his client had been on multiple remands since October 2.

“The period was already sufficient for police to complete their investigations and there is no necessity to remand him for four days as applied today because the investigation involved the same case but different victims.

“There is no need for police to detain my clients as all of them had given their full cooperation throughout the investigation,” he said here.

Noruliman, 37, who is also the Managing Director of a company, DBI Properties, had earlier been remanded at the magistrate’s court in Ampang and Shah Alam in Selangor; Muar in Johor Bahru; Sungai Petani and Kubang Pasu in Kedah and Kangar, Perlis.

The police had received 210 reports on the affordable housing scam involving Juta Kelulut Global Resources and DBI Properties. The investigation was conducted under Section 420 of the Penal Code for Cheating and dishonestly inducing delivery of property. -MalaysiaGazette

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