MACC URGES FLOOD VICTIMS TO LODGE REPORTS
Several victims in Kelantan have yet to receive promised new homes
SHARIFAH MAHSINAH ABDULLAH KOTA BARU firstname.lastname@example.org
IT has been more than two years since their homes were damaged or destroyed in the massive floods that hit Kelantan at the end of 2014, yet, there are some who have not received their promised new houses.
The complaints of several victims in Felda Aring 2 and Kampung Limau Kasturi in Gua Musang have gone viral on social media websites and applications.
Now, the state Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) is urging those who suspect there had been misappropriation of funds in the repair of their houses or the construction of replacement homes, or any sort of hanky-panky in the matter, said she was unaware that her husband had been deported.
She said she had visited Aslan to lodge reports.
State MACC director Datuk Moh Samsuddin Yusof said those who were not happy with the quality of work on their new homes or repairs done to their old ones should also lodge reports.
“If they believe that there are wrongdoings, such as contractors who were supposed to build 10 new houses for the flood victims, but handed over only eight, or if (the contractors) already made the claims and were paid (for the project), whether in Tanah Merah, Machang or other districts, then they must report it in the police lock-up on Thursday, but was not told that her husband would be deported. to us,” he told the New Straits Times.
Moh had been asked to comment on reports on social media platforms saying several flood victims in Felda Aring 2 and Kampung Limau Kasturi have yet to receive their new houses although it had been more than two years since the floods.
He said the state MACC did not receive any report on misappropriation or wrongdoings involving contractors of the project or other parties.
“I would like to call on flood victims to provide exact details or specific information if they believe
“When we visited him, he thought he would be released soon,” said the mother of three, that there are offences.
“MACC, as an anti-graft body, will definitely give full cooperation to the flood victims and others,” he said. adding that she later received a call from her father-in-law saying Aslan had arrived in Ankara.
The three Turks are wanted by Turkish authorities for their alleged links to the Fetullah Terrorist Organisation.
Datuk Moh Samsuddin Yusof