The hunt on Penang Chief Minister and Chinese Chauvinist DAP Mini Emperorissimo Lim Guan Eng is drawing in the target closer into the crossed hair-line, for the killing shot be made as the one time political predator has been making mistakes.
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Wednesday, 23 March 2016 | MYT 11:43 PM
Rahman Dahlan makes fresh allegations against Guan Eng
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KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan (pic) has produced what he claims is fresh evidence of corruption against Lim Guan Eng (DAP-Bagan).
The Urban Well-being, Housing and Local Government Minister said he would submit the documents to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to aid investigations against Lim, the Penang Chief Minister, over controversial land and property deals.
Abdul Rahman, who was wrapping up his ministry’s reply in the Dewan Rakyat, said he received documents showing the company had bought a plot of land meant for affordable housing, but was later converted into a hospital and hotel project.
“I will submit the documents to the MACC to facilitate their investigations. I am sure those named will be called for their statements to be recorded,” he said.
According to him, the documents revealed that the company did not intend to develop the land but instead planned to dispose it to a third party.
Rahman said the land at Taman Manggis had initially been gazetted by the state government to build affordable houses in the state, which Lim claimed he knew nothing about.
“He has disappointed the people of Penang, as the land was meant for the lower-income group, but was instead sold to a company for a private project,” he said.
Datuk Ngeh Koo Ham (DAP-Beruas) challenged Rahman to repeat his allegations outside the Dewan.
Lim in his sordid attempt to manipulate the sentiment of MPs in augur house through challenging the Deputy Speaker on being called as a ‘Liar’ for allegations that Federal Government through the Ministry of Urban Wellness, Housing and Local Authorities (KPKT) determines of the price of affordable homes including in Penang, failed.
His protests and recalcitrant above being conduct unbecoming a member of Dewan Rakyat got him and fellow Opposition MP Anthony Loke (DAP Rasah) got ejected by the Deputy Speaker.
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Thursday, 24 March 2016 | MYT 12:01 AM
Guan Eng: I was ejected from Parliament for defending Standing Orders
BY D. KANYAKUMARI
KUALA LUMPUR: Lim Guan Eng is claiming that his ejection from Parliament Wednesday shows that debates in the Dewan Rakyat are not conducted in accordance with Standing Orders.
Lim, who is Bagan MP, said it was disappointing that Deputy Speaker Datuk Ismail Mohamad Said could deem the use of the word “bohong (lies)” as parliamentary.
“It was decided in 1986 that it was unparliamentary for anyone to use it.
“Anyone who used this and did not retract it gets kicked out, but this time the person trying to defend the Standing Order was the one ejected,” he said.
Ismail had ruled that Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan Abdul (BN-Kota Belud), when using the word “bohong”, was referring to what Lim said, and not directed at him personally.
Lim, speaking to reporters at Parliament lobby, claimed this was the first time an MP was ejected for defending house rules.
“He (Abdul Rahman) wasn’t talking about facts. All he said was ‘the one who is lying is Bagan’.
“The fact that it was me who was ejected is an indication that the whole debate was not conducted according to Standing Orders,” said Lim.
Rahman’s allegations, which he said would be passed to MACC for investigations and all the details about the controversial purchase of his rented detached house of seven years at 25 Jalan Pinhorn at RM2.8million last October, would land Lim in a boiling caldron.
In a note by the Penang Land Authority, the property was value at RM4.8 million, to determine the RM122,000 per annum quit rent.
Blogger Lim Lian See has the complete analysis of the said property deals.
The property deal Rahman was mentioning is his speech to rebut his Ministry’s debate time in Dewan Rakyat, was the land meant for housing for the poor (PPRT) was hived off the a private developer with the initial story of building a private hospital.
It is believed that they are some linkage between the personalities in acquisition of the Kg. Manggis land by KL International Dental Centre and the sale of the no 25 Jalan Pinhorn bungalow which was sold at RM2.8million, where as that they are believers that the property is worth RM6 million.
The Mini Emperorissimo Lim finally got comfortable and wanted to make Georgetown his based and the moment he if off guarded, that is when he has become the predator instead of the victim. And the younger Lim knows, its a difficult hunt to get out of from.