I leave it to MACC, says Saravanan on Bestinet probe

I leave it to MACC, says Saravanan on Bestinet probe
Human resources minister M Saravanan said it was normal for the authorities to launch such investigations upon receiving complaints.

I leave it to MACC, says Saravanan on Bestinet probe

SEPANG: Human resources minister M Saravanan says he is leaving it to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to investigate Bestinet Sdn Bhd, a firm being investigated for alleged corruption and abuse of power involving the selection of 25 Bangladeshi agencies for migrant worker recruitment.

On Wednesday, a source told FMT that MACC raided several firms owned by a businessman involved in the recruitment of Bangladeshi migrant workers – adding that its investigation would also focus on the two ministries involved in the recruitment of foreign workers.

However, Saravanan today said he had no information on the matter.

“I don’t know. I have no information (on the investigation),” he said after attending a MIC event at a school here.





“(Such) investigations are normal. The authorities will investigate if they receive complaints.”

He also said he did not know if any individuals were arrested in the course of the investigation.

“You’ll have to ask MACC, not me. How would I know who’s arrested?”

Bestinet is a local company that provides IT systems for the recruitment of workers from all source countries.

On Wednesday, Bestinet was reported to have said that none of its staff or management were arrested during MACC’s raid on its office the day before.





A recruitment agency in Dhaka previously accused Bestinet’s founder, Amin Abdul Nor, of “persuading” the government to limit the number of agencies that supply labour to only 25.

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I leave it to MACC, says Saravanan on Bestinet probe

 


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