KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The National Patriots Association (Patriot) requires a full investigation into an allegedly crooked agreement between the previous government and two franchisees of the Automated Enforcement System (AES).
President Datuk Mohd Arshad Raji said that the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and the police should take immediate action in recent reports that the Armed Forces (LTAT) of the Armed Forces had been instructed by the previous government to use its funds for RM555 million. to pay to both companies. about the AES.
"Patriot demands to know who the owners of the two AES concession holders are, namely ATES and Beta Tegap." Why did the managing director and the board of directors of LTAT get the RM555mil from the fund? ? "he asked in a statement on Sunday (19 August).
Transport minister Anthony Loke on Friday (17 August) revealed that RM295 million paid to ATES Sdn Bhd and RM260 million to Beta Tegap Sdn Bhd was not accompanied by taking over a large number of assets, but only 40 AES cameras.
He also said that LTAT had acted on behalf of the Barisan Nasional government.
Mohd Arshad said the use of LTAT funds on this way it came down to criminal breach of trust as the fund was established primarily to provide welfare and retirement benefits for military personnel.
"Patriot strongly requests that LTAT use its authority and ownership of its vast business empire to seriously take care of the welfare from service personnel and veterans, such as job opportunities, on-the-job training for people in resettlement courses, and scholarships for their children, "he added. – Bernama