A Bersatu Armada (Youth) member was detained by the MACC yesterday to assist with Syed Saddiq's missing cash probe.
After the Kuala Lumpur High Court delivers its verdict on Najib's SRC case on July 28, the ensuing appeals process will be exhausted in a year.
Ulya also claimed that an MACC dragnet is closing in on youth members who have been critical of Muhyiddin.
Talk that PH and its allies have secured support from 130 MPs to retake the federal government is fake news.
The Kuala Lumpur High Court will deliver its verdict on July 28.
Najib Razak is a victim of a conspiracy that involved Low Taek Jho and former SRC CEO Nik Faisal, as well as rogue bankers.
Najib has claimed utter ignorance and shoved the responsibility to other persons who are either missing, wanted or dead.
Bersatu youth (Armada)’s treasurer was detained by graft busters last night in relation to RM250,000 cash that went missing from wing chief Syed Saddiq's home in March.
Najib's defence team pleaded with the High Court today to not convict the former prime minister based on the “court of public opinion” for his alleged misappropriation of public funds.
Suspected of asking for RM500,000 in bribes from the public.
AGC reportedly acceded to Lim’s request and had ordered MACC to lift the freeze on all four bank accounts of tycoon.
Defence contends that prosecution did not prove Najib’s control of SRC funds.