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GLC CEO Arrested Among 3 Men Nabbed For Corruption Charges Explained


There is a piece of news coming forward related to the arrest of three men and one of them is the CEO of GLC. The three men were arrested by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC). This news is making a buzz on the internet and attracting the interest of many people and netizens. This news is spreading like fire on the internet and gaining a lot of attention on many social media platforms. In this article, we shared complete information about their arrest and also talk about some other topics, such as why they arrested, What are the charges against GLC CEO, and other questions, so read this article continuously.

GLC CEO Arrested

As per the exclusive news and information, the people were arrested and taken into custody and they were arrested by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission. One of the three is verified as the CEO of GLC (a government-associated corporation). The age of the arrested people is said around between 39 to 54 years. Now, the CEO is gathering attention on the internet and many social media pages. His arresting news is running in the trends and top of the news or social media. He was arrested among other men in connection with corruption. Scroll down to know more information related to this incident.

GLC CEO Arrested

He is arrested on suspicion of taking bribery and it is also coming out that he is accused of taking bribes of around RM 600,000. He was also alleged of receiving RM600,000 from a firm with the help of two more people as an inducement to help the company secure a tender for the mechanical and electrical system update which is also one of the RM15 million projects to renovate a headquarters building in Kuala Lumpur’s Jalan Ampang. This arrest news was confirmed by Datuk Tan Kang Sai, Special Operations Division senior director of MACC.

The investigation is still ongoing and they were investigated under section 17a of the MACC Act 2009. The three people were sent for four days of remand ad this order was issued by Putrajaya Magistrate Irza Zulaikha Rohanuddin on Friday 7 April 2023. This news is getting too much attention on the internet and many social media users are expressing their reactions to this incident. There is not much information is coming out related to this arrest incident and we will update our article after getting more news and information about his arrest. Stay tuned to socialtelecast.com to get more articles on the latest and other news topics of the entire world.


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