17 July 2018
Kayveas of MyPPP to sue over claims he sold Tan Sri titles and bought expensive properties
PETALING JAYA: Tan Sri M. Kayveas (pic), who is the disputed MyPPP president, will take legal action over allegations that he had sold titles and bought properties beyond his means.
“The president is taking several legal and lawful measures to ensure justice prevails,” its party secretary-general Datuk Roger Ly said in a statement on Monday (July 16).
Online portal The Malaysian Insight reported that Kayveas was alleged to have abused his power to purchase properties beyond his means and had also allegedly sold honorific titles such as “Tan Sri’s”.
Ly said ever since Kayveas had announced on April 17 that he will probably take the party out of the Barisan Nasional coalition, things had been “going ballistic” against the president.
He also lamented the personal details and data leaked, that have gone viral on social media, adding that the law will be used to go after the leakers.
“Despite the legitimate (MyPPP) supreme council getting clearance from the Registrar of Societies (RoS) and the official confirming Kayveas as the president, several party officials continue to practice vindictive, gutter politics,” he said, referring to a group which is disputing that Kayveas is the party president.
He added that Kayveas will take all measures within Malaysian law to ensure that that such “gutter politics” would be put to a stop.
Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2018/07/16/kayveas-to-sue-over-claims-he-sold-tan-sri-titles-and-bought-expensive-properties/#UyTDsR3hmTUKUT8c.99
MyPPP members seek investigation into Kayveas’ alleged RM28m property spree has been published on http://Keith.property –
PETALING JAYA (July 16): MyPPP youth secretary Jayaselan Rajoo has lodged two police reports against embattled former myPPP president Tan Sri M. Kayveas over allegations of multi-million ringgit property purchases funded through abuse of power during his tenure.
The reports were lodged at the Sentul police station last week and sought investigations into allegations that he had misused his position as president to raise funds for acquiring assets worth RM28 million, reported The Malaysian Insight.
He had purportedly purchased dozens of properties in Malaysia, Singapore and the UK.
The reports were prompted by eight sets of PDFs containing documents detailing the transactions that go back to 2011.
Jayaselan said he could not verify if the WhatsApp messages were true or if the properties existed but he urged the authorities to investigate the matter.
Meanwhile, an unnamed senior party member said they were stunned by the messages and said the investigations were best left to the police.
On the other hand, Kayveas has responded by lodging 15 police reports on the matter and was told that action will be taken against the perpetrators next week.