The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) is still investigating into businessman Vinod Sekhar’ s case which allegedly involves billions of dollars, MalaysiaNow reported.
Anti-graft chief Azam Baki was quoted by the news portal today saying ‘the case is still under investigation and MACC will call several individuals to assist with the probe and the questioning.’
“The case is still being investigated, so I cannot reveal anything.
“Those who are called will depend on the witnesses we spoke to before this,” he said in a press conference at the MACC headquarters in Putrajaya.
MalaysiaNow has previously reported that several officers from the National Financial Crime Centre and MACC, as well as from Bank Negara Malaysia and the Inland Revenue Board