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Wednesday, 13 June 2018

Press Conference on RM300 million HRDF Funds Abuse Outside MACC HQ Turns Chaotic


Accused confronts accuser outside MACC headquarters

Khairil Ashraf | June 12, 2018

Individual questions HRDF training provider who accused him of power abuse involving RM300 million.




P Ganes (right) speaking to reporters while being watched by a man identified as RA Thiagaraja (blue shirt).

PUTRAJAYA: A tense situation occurred outside the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) headquarters here today after a training provider under the Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) lodged a report with the agency alleging fund abuse, and was confronted by the person he named in the report.

The training provider, P Ganes, in his report accused a member of the HRDF board of directors of abusing his power.

“The member of the board of directors channelled millions of ringgit of HRDF funds to his company.



“The information is available to the public on the HRDF website,” he said after lodging his report with MACC.

At this point, however, the individual named by Ganes in his report, R A Thiagaraja, appeared and a heated exchange occurred between the two.

“You have made an accusation against me, so I should be here,” Thiagaraja shouted at Ganes.

Thiagaraja also challenged Ganes to prove that he had abused his power to gain RM300 million as alleged.

“Show them (MACC) the proof, I never took the money,” he said, and warned that he would sue Ganes.


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