Four individuals recently arrested on suspicion of making false claims for development projects worth over RM300 million in the east coast have been released on Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) bail.
Their lawyer, Vivek Sukumaran, said they were released after the six-day remand order against them ended today.
“The case is still being investigated. The remand was not extended as all of them, aged between 28 and 48, gave their full cooperation to the MACC.
“I hope all quarters will stop making speculations. Just give room to MACC to complete their investigation,” he told reporters in Kuala Terengganu today.
Last Friday, Bernama reported that the managing director of a government-linked company involved in real estate was among the four individuals arrested on alleged involvement in making false claims involving development projects worth over RM300 million in the east coast.
The three others were a company director, a project manager and an architect.