MACC urged to probe ownership of PM’s Kajang house, luxury cars

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Bersatu information committee member Badrul Hisham Shaharin today urged MACC to investigate Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim over the ownership of the latter’s personal residence in Kajang, Selangor.

Speaking to reporters in Putrajaya, Badrul, better known as Chegubard, claimed that the house in Sungai Long that Anwar stays in belongs to a business tycoon.

This was based on a document allegedly signed by a private secretary to Anwar confirming that the bungalow is owned by the businessperson.


In a press conference held after lodging a report at MACC headquarters, Badrul also raised an issue with Anwar utilising several luxury cars which he claimed were not owned by the Pakatan Harapan chairperson.

This includes a Jaguar allegedly owned by Yayasan Aman Bhd, of which Anwar is its founder and adviser, and a BMW allegedly owned by another businessperson who hails from Selangor.

“It has been a norm for Anwar to move around in luxury cars, even before he became prime minister.


“However, there was no record of any car in the list of his declared assets,” he said.

According to Badrul, Anwar should stop speaking about transparency when he uses premises and cars that he does not own.

He questioned if the businesspersons who provided Anwar the facilities were given projects in exchange for their generosity.

On top of this, the Negeri Sembilan Muafakat Nasional chief also queried about a piece of land in Port Dickson, which Anwar purchased for RM1 million last year.

Malaysiakini has reached out to the Prime Minister’s Office for comments. – Malaysiakini