Four more suspects including a woman were arrested for allegedly submitting falsified bank statements to apply for a tender with a solid waste management company in the northern region.
According to a source, all four, aged between 37 and 51, were detained upon turning up at the Kedah Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) headquarters to have their statements recorded.
“They were arrested between Monday and yesterday evening,” said a source who is familiar with the investigation.
With their arrest, Kedah MACC had hauled up a total 25 individuals in connection with the case since Monday.
It was learnt that three of the suspects are company owners while the other one is a company manager.
Kedah MACC director Datuk Shaharom Nizam Abd Manap confirmed the arrests but declined to elaborate.
It was reported yesterday that the MACC had obtained a remand order against 15 people including a woman, for allegedly submitting falsified bank statements to apply for a tender with a solid waste management company.
They were among 21 people from several companies detained in connection with a case of submitting falsified bank statements to a solid waste management company based in Kedah.
Some of the suspects were detained in separate locations in Bangi, Selangor while the rest were arrested upon turning up at the Kedah MACC headquarters to have their statements recorded.