Friday, August 14, 2009

First three answers public want to know

Who is telling the truth?
This is the first answer Malaysians want to know following the shocking statement by chief executive of Kuala Dimensi Sdn Bhd Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing that he
had donated RM 10 million to Transport Minister Dato Seri Ong Tee Keat last year.
Ong has categorically denied the allegations.
In today's news report, Ong was quoted as saying that he would institute legal proceeding against Tiong if he did not withdraw his statement and apologise within 7 days .
He had yesterday also lodged a police report against Tiong for alleged criminal defamation.
Tiong was not backing down from his statement. He was quoted as saying " I will not retract my statement. Why do I need to retract? I welcome him to lodge police report. He can go ahead and sue me".
Now the first answer the public want to know is - who is telling the truth? Ong or Tiong? Or could it be that both are not telling the truth?
Ong is a Cabinet Minister in charge of transport and therefore PKFZ. Tiong is the chief executive of Kuala Dimensi Sdn Bhd, the PKFZ turnkey contractor .
The second answer the public are curious about is whether there is any abuse of power by Ong and Tiong?
The relevant authorities will have to conduct their thorough investigations.
Tiong is not just a businessman. He is also the Chairman of BN Backbenchers' Club.
Since he has made such a serious statement against a Cabinet Minister, it is his responsibility to reveal details/proofs to substantiate his statement.
The third answer the public want to know is who are Tong's witnesses whom he claimed could corroborate his story?

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