Saturday June 30, 2012
Graft case decision over MACC man on July 6
KAJANG: The decision on a corruption case involving an assistant superintendent attached to the Selangor Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has been postponed to July 6.
Sessions Judge Azhanis Teh Azman Teh also said the decision on M. Mohan, 39, who faces three corruption charges, would be read in the Shah Alam court.
On Feb 19, 2010, Mohan pleaded not guilty in a Shah Alam Sessions Court to two counts of bribery.
He is alleged to have solicited RM250,000 from one A. Sinnaiah as an inducement not to proceed with investigations into Sinnaiah’s alleged bribing of National Registration Department and Immigration Department officers.
Mohan is also charged with corruptly agreeing to receive a bribe of RM200,000 from Sinnaiah for the same purpose.
The offences were allegedly committed at the Selangor MACC office, 14th Floor, Plaza Masalam, Jalan Tengku Ampuan Zabedah, E9/E, Section 9 here, between 11am and 1pm on Oct 22 last year.
He was later served with a third charge for procuring a RM5,000 bribe from Sinnaiah as an inducement not to proceed with investigations at Sri Paandi Corner restauraunt on Jalan Pandan Indah 1/23, Pandan Indah in Ampang, on Oct 25, 2009.
The Deputy Public Prosecutor is Nik Azrin Zairin Nik Abdullah while counsel R. Rathakrishnan represented Mohan.