A Kadir Jasin: Since the “little boy” has challenged us, the IGP and IRB should investigate how much taxes Mados Sdn Bhd has paid…

 

 

 

 

 

Mados Sdn Bhd is believed to have been set up by Tunku Ismail’s grandfather, the late Sultan Iskandar Sultan Ismail, according to a 2014 report by Malaysiakini. The company’s nature of business included “property investment, provision of management services, timber logging and quarry operation”, and its shareholders and board of directors comprised members of the royal family.

Kadir calls for probe into company linked to Johor royal family

7 May 2019

His grandson, the current crown prince, Tunku Ismail Idris Abdul Majid Abu Bakar Iskandar, 35, inherited the family propensity toward violence. In 2008, he and his bodyguards beat up a son of the Negri Sembilan royalty, Tunku Nadzimuddin, in a nightclub at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Kuala Lumpur. A friend of Tunku Nadzimuddin, Shamshudhuha Ishak, a lawyer, filed a police report accusing Tunku Ismail’s bodyguards of assaulting him and knocking out two of his teeth. 

The following September, Tunku Nadzimuddin lodged a complaint against the police and the attorney-general’s chambers for not responding to the police report that he had made earlier for a RM50 million monetary settlement over the alleged episode. In a press interview, Tunku Nadzimuddin claimed that he had been roughed up again by Tunku Ismail and his bodyguards after a friend of Tunku Ismail called Tunku Nadzimuddin saying he wanted to apologize.

When Nadzimuddin went to see Tunku Ismail with Shamshudhuha, the two were assaulted again by Tunku Ismail’s bodyguards. Shamshudhuha was beaten unconscious, while Tunku Nadzimuddin was threatened by Tunku Ismail with a pistol pointed at his head. The two were led to a hotel room where they were confined. The police later arrived after Tunku Nadzimuddin called for his mother. The Johor royalty denied Tunku Nadzimuddin’s claims.

There is no statute of limitations on criminal cases and there is talk that Mahathir may resurrect the case.

ASIA SENTINEL

https://www.malaysia-chronicle.com/?p=164032

6 May 2019

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“Little Boy” atau budak kecil macam bom atom yang meranapkan Hiroshima pada tahun 1945 ini amat berbahaya walaupun dia kecil dan tak tahu apa-apa.

Jadi kita kenalah buat sesuatu. Tak cukup dengan cakap saja.

Lagi pun budak kecil ini sudah ala-alukan kita untuk melakukan 110 peratus.

Tak payahlah 110 peratus. Lima puluh peratus dulu dah cukup.

Jadi kita minta KPN baru buka balik IP yang beku atau tutup dan Lembaga Hasil Dalam Negeri tengok banyak mana cukai Mados Sdn Bhd bayar sejak beratus tahun berniaga.

Tuan-tuan, puan-puan, saudara dan saudari setuju?

Terima kasih.

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“Little Boy” atau budak kecil macam bom atom yang meranapkan Hiroshima pada tahun 1945 ini amat berbahaya walaupun dia kecil dan tak tahu apa-apa.

Jadi kita kenalah buat sesuatu. Tak cukup dengan cakap saja.

Lagi pun budak kecil ini sudah ala-alukan kita untuk melakukan 110 peratus.

No need for 110 percent. Fifty percent used to be enough.

So we ask for kpn just open back the frozen or close ip and the revenue board in the state see many of the tax tax sdn bhd pay since hundreds of years of trading.

Ladies, ladies, brothers and sisters agree?

Terima kasih.

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PETALING JAYA: A Kadir Jasin, an aide to the prime minister, has urged the police and the Inland Revenue Board to investigate a company believed to be linked to the Johor royal family.

In a personal posting on Facebook, former newsman Kadir took another swipe at the Tunku Mahkota of Johor, Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim, in a continuing exchange of words between Putrajaya and the palace.

His posting, made at 6pm, came hours after the prime minister, Dr Mahathir Mohamad had referred to Tunku Ismail as “a little boy”.

Kadir said something needed to be done about the “little boy” which, like the Little Boy atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima during the second world war, was dangerous, although small and ignorant.

“Talking isn’t enough,” he said. “Plus, the little boy did say to give our 110%” a reference to a remark by Tunku Ismail on Saturday where he challenged those who wanted to “finish off” the royalty to go all out.

Kadir said: “So we ask the new Inspector-General of Police (Abdul Hamid Bador) and the Inland Revenue Board to investigate how much taxes Mados Sdn Bhd has paid after doing business” supposedly “for hundreds of years”.

He ended his posting by asking readers: “Do you agree?”

Mados Sdn Bhd is believed to have been set up by Tunku Ismail’s grandfather, the late Sultan Iskandar Sultan Ismail, according to a 2014 report by Malaysiakini. The company’s nature of business included “property investment, provision of management services, timber logging and quarry operation”, and its shareholders and board of directors comprised members of the royal family.

Kadir calls for probe into company linked to Johor royal family

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“’Little boy’ is like the atomic bomb which flattened Hiroshima in 1945. It is extremely dangerous although it is small and does not know anything.

“So we have to do something. Just talking is not enough.

“Furthermore, the little boy welcomed us to do 110 percent. There is no need for 110 percent, 50 percent is sufficient,” he added.

BOMBSHELL – MAHATHIR ALLY URGES IGP TO ‘REOPEN’ POLICE PROBES INTO JOHOR ROYAL FAMILY, IRB TO AUDIT SULTAN’S BUSINESS HOLDING COMPANY: ‘LITTLE BOY’ OR NOT, TMJ CAN BE ‘EXTREMELY DANGEROUS LIKE AN ATOMIC BOMB THAT CAN FLATTEN MALAYSIA – SO WE HAVE TO DO SOMETHING BUT NO NEED FOR 110%, 50% IS ENOUGH, SAYS KADIR

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