Pejabat MB elak akui win-win bermaksud tanah peneroka miskin dirompak MBI
12:03 Mar 26, 2018  |  By
Pejabat MB elak akui win-win bermaksud tanah peneroka miskin dirompak MBI

Jika Sivarasa cuba mempolitikkan isu Ijok untuk mendapat simpati dan mengalihkan perhatian dari menjawab persoalan-persoalan susah berhubung salahlaku kerajaan negeri, Pengarah Komunikasi Strategik Pejabat MB Selangor, Yin Shao Loong pula cuba bermain cara lain untuk memutarbelit persoalan yang ditimbulkan. 

 

Yin menjawab persoalan yang langsung tidak ditimbulkan untuk mengelirukan orang ramai seolah-olah isu yang ditimbulkan adalah salah dan dia upaya menjawab dan mengkritik persoalan-persoalan yang dijawab oleh Dato Eric See-To.

 

Eric See-To mengeluarkan kenyataan yang membidas usaha Sivarasa untuk putarbelit konon dakwaan salahlaku tanah Ijok adalah disebabkan niat jahat SPRM untuk memfitnah mereka dengan siasatan hampir pilihanraya umum. 

 

 

Ijok: Unbecoming for Selangor Pakatan leaders to defend 3rd party consultants who received up to RM262mil out of the RM1.18 billion sale of land.

 

  1. Over the past few days, news reports state that the MACC has detained 7 persons from at least 5 companies and frozen at least RM86.7mil in bank accounts.

 

  1. In response, PKR’s Subang MP R. Sivarasa, Amanah’s Shah Alam MP Khalid Samad and Dzulkifli Ahmad, issued a joint statement yesterday that had criticized the MACC's actions.

 

  1. Primarily, these Pakatan leaders are upset that four persons from a consulting company were arrested as Pakatan claim that these four had supposedly "helped resolve the dispute over the land and provide an amicable solution to all involved."

 

  1. Many will find it strange for Pakatan leaders to leap out in defense of this 3rd party consulting group.

 

  1. The presence or involvement of this 3rd party consultants in this controversial sale of the settlers land for RM1.18 billion had previously never been disclosed by the Pakatan Selangor Government.

 

  1. Searches by us in a related law suit over this land in August 2017 shows that at least RM262.7mil out of this RM1.18 billion has been paid to 3rd parties comprising mostly of consulting companies and an individual.

https://www.aseanlip.com/malaysia/corporate/judgments/citra-tani-sdn-bhd-v-mujur-zaman-sdn-bhd-and-another/AL32145

 

  1. That particular lawsuit also reveals that the Selangor Government is not only fully aware of such payments further stating that the Settlement Agreement, the Supplemental Settlement Agreement and the Consent Judgment were entered into with the full knowledge, support and sanction of the Selangor State Government.

 

  1. Also of note is that the consulting group referred to by the three Pakatan leaders in their joint statement is shown to receive RM101.6mil

 

  1. This is something that the settlers will find hard to accept as various Pakatan leaders had told us that the settlers had only received RM300mil out of the RM1.18 billion while 3rd parties firms received RM262,7mil - almost as much as the settlers received even though it was their land that was sold for the RM1.18 billion.

 

Were the settlers told of such 3rd party payments?

 

  1. Selangor Pakatan leaders should now come clean and explain what role and why did the 3rd party companies played to justify receiving RM262mil out of the RM1.18 billion.

 

  1. They should also declassify and reveal the full Settlement agreement and Supplemental Settlement agreements in order to provide full transparency of who else shared in the RM1.18 billion payment.

 

  1. Many unanswered questions continue to plaque this growing Ijok Scandal. In particular:

a) Instead of sanctioning a side private deal, why didn't the Selangor Govt sell this land in an open tender where it is possible to receive sales prices closer to market value of RM35psf to RM65psf instead of just RM12.34psf and causign the state government to forego at least RM3 billion in profits?

 b) Why did the Selangor Government think it is just and fair that settlers only receive RM3.13psf for their land?

 c) Who appointed the new settlers committee to negotiate with the state government that suddenly replaced a long existing committee?

 d) Was R.Sivarasa's firm's services as the lawyer who represented the settlers paid by the two crony companies as stated in a FAQ distributed by his law firm to the settlers? Is this a conflict of interest?

 

Eric See-To.

 

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Ekoran itu, Yin menjawab di Malaysiakini SINI dengan alasan Eric See-To tuduh kerajaan Selangor menjual tanah.  

 

Merujuk kenyataannya yang dibuat Rabu lalu, Yin menjelaskan bahawa kerajaan negeri tidak menyerahkan pemilikan mana-mana tanah di kawasan Ijok yang dimenangi melalui mahkamah.

 

"Jika See-To tidak faham masalah ini, ia bererti tak ada tanah 'dipulangkan' oleh kerajaan negeri.

 

Eric See-To menjawab dengan panjang lebar:

 

NO ONE EVER SAID SELANGOR GOVT SOLD OFF IJOK LAND

 

In a classic example of answering a question that no one ever asked, the Selangor Menteri Besar's (MB) office now says that they have never sold any land in Ijok. https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/416874

 

However, no one had never accused the Pakatan Selangor Government of selling the controversial land in Ijok.

 

And that is precisely the problem. If the Selangor Government had sold off the land and not returned the land, we would not be having this conversation today.

 

The real question is not that Selangor sold the land but why Selangor returned the land.

 

Let me quote how the MB's office had simplified this in their statement yesterday:

 

“It is like if I own Pavilion (shopping centre), but people start screaming at me when KL Plaza and Sungei Wang (shopping centres) get sold,”

 

Now let us paraphrase him to tell you of the true situation.

 

"It's like you got Pavilion (shopping centre) from two cronies who owed the state government money and people start to scream why you returned Pavilion to the two cronies even though you had legally won it twice.

 

Now, people are also screaming why your written condition of returning it is that the two cronies can only sell it to one particular buyer and that another condition is that a large part of the sales money has to be paid to certain 3rd parties, many of whom have now been arrested by MACC."

 

From the very begging the scandal was about the Selangor Govt returning the Ijok land to the "two crony companies" before the Federal Court case had even started despite the Selangor Govt winning the first two cases over the ownership of the land.

 

The MB Office's answer in saying that they did not sell any land in Ijok makes a mockery of the Pakatan leaders and the MB office's multiple past statements  to defend the return of the Ijok's land.

 

Merely brushing off that they did not sell the Ijok land means that all these Pakatan politicians and the MB Office had been defending the wrong land in the past.

 

It also means that it was pointless of PKR’s Subang MP R. Sivarasa, Amanah’s Shah Alam MP Khalid Samad and Dzulkifli Ahmad to issue a joint statement two days ago to attack the MACC on why they had arrested four persons from the consulting companies  whom they claimed had supposedly "helped resolve the dispute over the land and provide an amicable solution to all involved".

 

And does the MB Office's reply also mean that the MACC had wrongly arrested 6 persons and wrongly frozen RM87mil in bank accounts because the Selangor government did not sell the land?

 

According to a August 2017 court judgement, the return of the land and who gets to share in the RM1.18 billion are contained in the Settlement Agreement, the Supplemental Settlement Agreement and the Consent Judgment which were all entered into with the full knowledge, support and sanction of the Selangor State Government. (see picture)

 

 

https://www.aseanlip.com/malaysia/realestate/judgments/citra-tani-sdn-bhd-v-mujur-zaman-sdn-bhd-and-another/AL20523

 

I now call on the Selangor Government to disclose all three of these agreements so that we can find out why RM262mil from the RM1.18 billion sale of the settlers' land was paid to 3rd party consulting companies and what role did they play to justify such huge fees when the settlers themselves only received RM300mil even though it was their land that was sold.

 

In coming up with their false flag reply, the MB office had also skipped answering the following questions of mine.

 

I repeat them here:

 a) Instead of sanctioning a side private deal, why didn't the Selangor Govt sell this land in an open tender where it is possible to receive sales prices closer to market value of RM35psf to RM65psf instead of just RM12.34psf and causign the state government to forego at least RM3 billion in profits?

 b) Why did the Selangor Government think it is just and fair that settlers only receive RM3.13psf for their land?

 c) Who appointed the new settlers committee to negotiate with the state government that suddenly replaced a long existing committee?

 d) Was R.Sivarasa's firm's services as the lawyer who represented the settlers paid by the two crony companies as stated in a FAQ distributed by his law firm to the settlers? Is this a conflict of interest?

 e) Were the settlers adequately informed on how the RM1.18 billion sales proceeds would be shared. Did the settlers know that they would only be receiving only RM300mil while 3rd party consulting companies would be receiving at least RM262mil and where the balance of the sales price would go too?

 

Eric See-To.

 

Yin ada mengulang penjelasan lepas yang mana persoalan yang timbul masih tidak dijawab:

 

Yin (gambar) sebelum ini menjelaskan tanah di Ijok dibahagi kepada dua bahagian, Alam Perdana yang diperoleh semula kerajaan Selangor pada 2010 dan Alam Mutiara serta Alam Utama yang kekal sebagai tanah peribadi.

 

Menurutnya, tanah peribadi ini merupakan tanah dari perjanjian bernilai RM1.18 bilion itu, dan bukannya Alam Perdana.

 

"Bukan semua tanah di Ijok berada di lokasi yang sama.

 

Eric See-To mengingatkan balik kepada Yin akan persoalan yang dia terus mengelak: 

 

 

IJOK: WHAT HAPPENED TO YOUR "WIN-WIN"?

 

For the second day running, the Selangor MB office has tried to wash its hands off the RM1.18 billion sale of Ijok land - saying that this is a private affair and the State Govt has nothing to do with it.

 

Two current and one former Pakatan MPs have also parroted the same "Private deal - not state govt land" line in their statement saying I had asked "false questions", whatever that means.

 

Do you really expect people to simply forget that for almost a month, various personalities from the Pakatan Selangor Govt including the Selangor MB officer had been telling us it was a win-win solution, that they have "helped" settlers end their 20 years wait and even detailed how the RM1.18 billion?

 

Now that seven persons have been remanded and RM87mil in bank accounts have been seized along with the shocking news that at least RM262mil out of the RM1.18 billion has been paid to 3rd party consultants, the Selangor people are now told that the state govt has nothing to do with the RM1.18 billion sale.

 

The arrests had come after the MACC said they had done a full forensic audit of these RM262mil that went to pay 3rd party consultants and companies.

 

It seems that the Selangor Govt's operation "cuci-tangan" (hand washing) has well and truly begun.

 

The Selangor Govt continues to refuse to answer any of the rakyat and the settlers' questions and prefers to outright deny any involvement saying it is a "private deal".

 

These questions are contained here: https://www.facebook.com/EricSeeTo/photos/a.1616864194992633.1073741828.1613712091974510/1915421761803540/?type=3

 

Official court documents says that the RM1.18 billion sale of 2,200 acres of land had, and I quote, "the full knowledge, support and sanction of the Selangor State Government".including how the money is divided.

 

The court documents also said that this are contained in the Settlement Agreement, the Supplemental Settlement Agreement and the Consent Judgment.

 

If you do not have the courage to answer those questions I listed above, perhaps you can just simply reveal all these three documents so that the rakyat can judge for themselves whether or not if the Selangor Government had any involvement in the RM1.18 billion sale as you claimed?

 

It is a simple request.

 

Eric See-To.

 

Ada 981 peneroka terlibat dan setiap mereka ada tanah 3 ekar. Maka lebih kurang 3,000 ekar tanah mereka diambialih pemaju untuk konon-konon akan dimajukan. Tetapi yang dijual kepada Eco World adalah dalam 2,000 ekar. Apa jadi lebihan tanah yang lebih kurang 1,000 ekar itu?

 

Adakah win-win yang dimaksudkan Yin satu rompakan tanah peneroka tersebut? Beri butiran hal tanah Alam Perdana 1,000 ekar tersebut. Siapakah pemaju tanah tersebut? Adakah tanah itu pernah diberikan kepada pemaju PKPS?

 

Jawab tak payah konar sana sini!