Rafizi Sends Letter to Check Gani Patail’s Accounts

PETALING JAYA, 20 Dec: The Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) Strategy Director, Rafizi Ramli, has sent a letter of permission to the Attorney General, Gani Patail, to obtain permission to check accounts owned by the lawyer yesterday.

Rafizi said that he asked for five things, among them asking Gani to provide information about his identification and all his family members, the nearest being his wife, children and in-laws.


He said that Gani has also been urged to grant permission to the Commission of Companies, Malaysia (SSM), Bank Negara and the Hong Kong authorities to check his banking information.

“To ensure that this checking process is completely transparent, I appreciate his openness to give a letter of permission to check all his accounts.

“The banking information required is the balance each year, starting from January 200 until December 2010, the period before and after the Batu Putih case,” he said in a press conference at the PKR headquarters today.


Previously, the former Director of the Criminal Investigation Department of Kuala Lumpur, Datuk Mat Zain Ibrahim, reported that Gani was involved in corruption when handling the ownership claim of Pulau Batu Putih with Singapore.

Rafizi also informed that he will go to Hong Kong after the new year despite not receiving permission from Gani.

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