Bersatu today urged the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) against making selective accusations to fulfil the desires of certain party leaders by turning it into the "victim" of "political games".
Kedah Bersatu information chief Khairul Anuar Ramli also repeated the call for MACC to investigate the election expenditure of Pakatan Harapan (PH) and Barisan Nasional (BN) during the Nov 19 polls last year.
He said there was strong evidence that both blocs had spent lavishly on matters such as giant billboards, lucky draws, and the helicopter used by PH chairman Anwar Ibrahim throughout the campaign period.
"This is just part of the proof that we have to give to MACC, so that a transparent investigation can be held instead of one at the behest of politicians," he said after lodging an MACC report in Alor Setar.
He added that neither Anwar nor his daughter, Nurul Izzah Anwar, were receiving a monthly salary.
"This raises the question of how they are supporting themselves, and whether they are receiving funds from secret sources," he said.
MACC previously froze Bersatu's accounts as part of investigations in accordance with the MACC Act 2009 and the Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Terrorism Financing and Proceeds of Unlawful Activities Act 2001.
Khairul criticised what he described as unfounded claims, adding that they were made to tarnish the image of Perikatan Nasional (PN).
He added that Anwar, who is now the prime minister, should apologise to PN for claims such as the allegation that it had received funds from gambling companies.
"He has also continued to claim that we are involved in the matter of the RM600 billion funds," he said.
"The number then went down to RM520 billion and then RM300 million. Should the prime minister as a reasonable person make such inconsistent and changing claims?"