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Feb 19, 2008

The new Member of Parliament for Putrajaya, Azim Zabidi

The evidence is clear. Azim Zabidi works for a Chinaman. Azim Zabidi is just an Ali Baba front. And Azim Zabidi is going to be the next Member of Parliament for Putrajaya while the god-fearing, squeaky-clean opposition candidate is not only going to lose, but will probably lose his deposit as well.


Raja Petra Kamarudin

It seems Tengku Adnan Bin Tengku Mansor is out. The new Member of Parliament for Putrajaya may instead be Azim Zabidi. It is pertinent, therefore, that we get to know our incoming Member of Parliament.

Putrajaya is the Administrative Capital of Malaysia. It really does not need a 'powerful' wakil rakyat to help build bridges, roads, mosques, schools, etc. In fact, Putrajaya may already be 'overbuilt' as it is. Furthermore, with only 5,500 or so voters who are 98% Malays and 97% civil servants, what is there that the wakil rakyat needs to 'fight' for?

What is more important is whether the new wakil rakyat is a slime-ball and scumbag. Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said that the Anti-Corruption Agency, Special Branch, Bankruptcy Office, etc., will vet all proposed candidates to ensure that none of them are carrying any baggage.

Well, in the event the powers-that-be and those who walk in the corridors of power may have overlooked some of the baggage Azim Zabidi may be carrying, allow Malaysia Today, as part of our community service, to assist in providing the necessary evidence to answer the question whether Azim Zabidi is or is not a suitable candidate.

On 9 February 2008, Malaysia Today published in this column an article called A scam, by any other name, smells just as foul. This was what we said then:

On 20 October 2003, Azim was appointed a Director of Transquay Ventures Sdn Bhd. The purpose of appointing him a Director of that company is so that he can help the company with its listing exercise on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange.

However, the company would have to be a Bumiputera company to qualify, said Azim, so half the shares had to be transferred into his name and the balance into the name of another Malay. With the shareholding reflecting 100% Bumiputera equity it would now qualify.

Azim 'paid' Lu Leong Seng for the shares on 5 April 2004 through three RHB Bank cheques. The sale was not a genuine sale of course but just a 'paper' transaction to show that Azim really owned the shares and had paid for them. Lu was supposed to refund the money, but not to Azim, as he did not want the money trail to lead to his door. Instead, Lu was asked to pay the money to Tan Boon Keong, the infamous BK Tan. This was done through four cheques issued through Public Bank Berhad on 8 April 2004. more...


Anonymous said...

and how do you know all of this...are there any real proof..

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