Muhyiddin mum on son-in-law’s wanted status

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Perikatan Nasional chairperson Muhyiddin Yassin has declined to comment on the status of his son-in-law Muhammad Adlan Berhan, who is wanted by the MACC.

Sinar Harian reported that Muhyiddin was met by reporters in Shah Alam while on the campaign trail for PN’s Batu Tiga candidate Rina Harun.

“No comment,” Muhyiddin was quoted as saying.

Yesterday, the MACC said it is on the hunt for two individuals, Adlan and Mansoor Saat, to facilitate its ongoing probe into a project regarding the registration and storage of biometric information for foreign workers.

Meanwhile, Communications and Digital Minister Fahmi Fadzil urged Muhyiddin to come forward and assist the MACC with his son-in-law’s whereabouts.

Fahmi said that Adlan Berhan should not have gone missing if he has not committed any wrongdoing.

“If he’s not at fault, why go missing? He should show up,” Fahmi said during a unity ceramah “Arus Merah Kuning” in Meru on Monday (Aug 7) night.


“Tan Sri Muhyiddin has to answer where his son-in-law is. We ask that he answer this,” he added.