27 March 2019
Local reports say former MIC vice president Tan Sri S. Balakrishnan, was among four people killed in an accident on the PLUS highway, near JB early this morning. https://t.co/0QdhpgBxCk
Former MIC vice-president Tan Sri S. Balakrishnan pleaded not guilty in Johor Baru Sessions Court to two counts of money laundering https://t.co/2UT6c3J5Tw
JOHOR BARU, Aug 28 ― Former MIC vice-president Tan Sri S. Balakrishnan pleaded not guilty in the Sessions Court here today to two counts of money laundering, involving withdrawal transactions for RM6.012 million, between 2012 and 2013.
On the first count, Balakrishnan, as a representative of Sinniyah & Sons Sdn Bhd, was alleged to be involved in money laundering activities by making withdrawal transactions for a total of RM6.012 million, believed to be proceeds from illegal activities, from the company’s bank account at Bank Affin Berhad.
The second charge, involving the same offence and for the same amount, was made in his capacity as a director of Sinniyah & Sons Sdn Bhd
Both the offences were committed at Bank Affin Berhad, Jalan Kebun Teh here between June 12, 2012 and September 5, 2013.
Balakrishnan , who was MIC vice-president from 2013 until 2015, faced a fine of not more than RM5 million or imprisonment for up to five years, if found guilty.
Deputy public prosecutor from the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Khazrin Hafiz Khalil prosecuted, while lawyers Datuk V. Manukaran and N. Yuhendra represented Balakrishnan.
Judge Jailani Rahman allowed the prosecution’s request for the case to be transferred for hearing at the Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court, where Balakrishnan had another case which had been set for trial this September 3.
The case was over false claims of nearly RM13 milliion allegedly made by Balakrishnan in connection with the Sungai Melaka beautification and restoration project in 2013. ― Bernama
Day 94 : MACC has arrested a businessman, also former MIC vice-president, for corruption. The 63-year-old suspect, Tan Sri S Balakrishnan, was detained for allegedly submitting fraudulent claims of nearly… https://t.co/lWVtSgWHv9
#johorbahru Bekas Naib Presiden MIC, Tan Sri S Balakrishnan mengaku tidak bersalah di Mahkamah Sesyen Johor Bahru, atas dua pertuduhan pengubahan wang haram berjumlah RM6.012 juta https://t.co/vXIFrkAVJW