The total size of the lands spanning seven out of nine districts in Selangor is approximately 33.5 acres or 1,459,260 square feet.
"All of them are high value lands, they are commercial lands... after Umno, MCA, MIC and Gerakan get the land, they immediately get into joint-ventures (to develop the land) or sell them off for tens of thousands or millions of profit," he alleged at a press conference at the Selangor Legislative Assembly lobby this afternoon.
Ng mocked the diversity of political parties involved, dubbing it "Sapu Tanah 1Malaysia" (1Malaysia Land Grab) in reference to the federal government's 1Malaysia campaigns.
Of the 24 lands, he said Umno obtained the lion's share at 15, while MCA, MIC and Gerakan acquired five, three and one respectively for the generous price.
"These are only those registered under party names, the number of those registered under individual names, we do not know," said Ng.
Valuation of lands to be commissioned
Another land which Lim highlighted was in Ulu Langat with the lot number PT4545 and a size of 2,310 square metres, which is now in the possession of Umno.
One of the trustees for Umno for the land, he claimed, was Umno's former Cempaka state assemblyperson Mad Aris Mad Yusuf and former Ampang state assemblyperson Mufti Suib who held the now defunct seat and had since passed away.
Lim also highlighted a land with PT number PT190 in Kuala Selangor, now in possession of MIC, which he claimed had among others, former MIC president Samy Vellu as a trustee.
He said that a report will be lodged with the police and the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) soon and the state government will also commission a valuation of the said lands.
Meanwhile, Sri Muda assemblyperson Shuhaimi Shafiei (right) said these information are based on district offices’ documents.
"These are based on facts... I challenge BN to return the lands to the people of Selangor," he said.
You think only politicians do this. My father who was an ex-teacher in the Methodist English School in Malacca always complains that the land was sold below the market price by the church 30 years ago. He even brought a town council surveyor who valued the land but were the church authorities bothered. I'm sure they all got a nice cut from the buyer. The location was previouly used by the Malacca International School and now is a complimentary medicine college. Even the church is filled with men who are not really holy in their dealings and are worldly.ReplyDelete