Saturday, March 14, 2009

Ex Universiti Industri Selangor don to be charged

A former deputy vice chancellor of Universiti Industri Selangor is expected to be charged in court on Monday for forging his boss' signature. He had allegedly falsified documents to obtain an extension of his service contract. The man was detained yesterday when he went to the Malaysian Anti Corruption Agency to have his statement recorded. His alleged cheating resulted in the university's human resources department putting him back on the payroll. Unisel is wholly owned and operated by the Selangor state government. It was set up in 1999. Expect the former don to be at the Klang's Magistrate's Court on Monday.


Anonymous said...

MACC/ACA has only progressed from ikan bilis to ikan siakap, and still at investigation stage. We still await real conviction. And we are still waiting to see the ikan tenggiri and sharks to be netted, but we are not hopeful. The recent action against UMNO personalities seem only limited to the opposing factions within the party, rather than a real attack on ALL corrupt individuals.

Anonymous said...

What is this Unisel? Never heard of it. Must be one of khir Toyol's scheme.

a don who cheat must a mafia don. Such a shame. But this behavior is expected. What can you expect from a toyol's creation.