Sunday, March 18, 2012

Akhbar Singapura dedahkan Keluarga Sharizat punya empat Syarikat di Singapura dengan modal RM8.85 Juta..



Scandal National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) yang melibatkankeluarga Menteri Pembangunan Wanita, Keluarga dan Masyarakat dari UMNO iaitu Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil nampaknya kini turut mendapat perhatian pihak Media dari Singapura.


Akhbar harian Singapura iaitu ‘The Straits Times’ beberapa hari lalu telah menyenaraikan empat Syarikat yang dimiliki oleh Keluarga Menteri dari UMNO itu di Singapura, ianya melibatkan Restaurant, Makanan dan Bahanapi, Firma Pelaburan dan juga Pasaraya.

Salah satu dari empat Syarikat yang disenaraikan itu ialah firma pelaburan Icube Investments Pte Ltd yang mempunyai modal berbayar sebanyak S$1 Juta atau bersamaan dengan RM2.4 Juta.

Menurut ‘The Straits Times’ berdasarkan profile syarikat yang diperolehi mereka dari ‘Singaporean Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA)’ , Pengarah Urusan dan pemegang saham adalah suami Sharizat iaitu Mohamad Salleh Ismail dan anak lelaki mereka, Wan Shahinur Izran.

Sebelum ini pihak PKR melalui Pengarah Strategiknya Rafizi Ramli telah mendedahkan tiga syarikat yang dimiliki oleh keluarga Sharizat di Singapura iaitu Global Biofuture Pte Ltd, Meatworks (Singapore) Pte Ltd dan Farmhouse Supermarkets Pte Ltd.

Disamping Salleh dan Izran, Anak perempuan Sharizat Wan Izzana Fatimah Zabedah dan seorang lagi anak lelakinya, Wan Shahinur Izmir juga adalah Pengarah didalam Syarikat-syarikat ini..

Modal berbayar bagi keseluruhan syarikat-syarikat di Singapura ini mencecah S$3.65 Juta, atau RM8.85 Juta.

Menurut harian dari Singapura itu lagi kesemua Syarikat ini mempunyai alamat yang sama iaitu di Clifford Centre, Raffles Place. Bagaimanapun alamat tersebut adalah alamat pejabat sebuah Firma Guaman iaitu Wong Alliance.

Here are the reports from Malaysiakini..

Shahrizat's kin also owns investment firm in Singapore

The National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) scandal involving the family of Women, Family and Community Development Shahrizat Minister Abdul Jalil has caught the attention of Singapore media.

Singaporean daily The Straits Times on Thursday listed all four companies owned by Shahrizat’s family members in the island republic involving restaurants, food and fuel trading, investment holding and the supermarket business.

NONEAmong them is an investment holding company, Icube Investments Pte Ltd, with a paid-up capital of S$1 million (RM2.4 million).

According to the company profile obtained from the Singaporean Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA), the directors and shareholders are Shahrizat’s husband Mohamad Salleh Ismail and their son, Wan Shahinur Izran.

The other three companies were earlier exposed by the opposition - Global Biofuture Pte Ltd, Meatworks (Singapore) Pte Ltd and Farmhouse Supermarkets Pte Ltd.

Daughter, two sons also directors


Besides Salleh and Izran, Shahrizat’s daughter Wan Izzana Fatimah Zabedah and another son, Wan Shahinur Izmir, are also directors of these companies.

The opposition has raised suspicion that the RM250 million government soft loan given to NFC to develop the National Feedlot Center project had been illegally transferred to other companies under their personal names.

The paid-up capital for all these four companies in Singapore is S$3.65 million, or RM8.85 million.

According to the daily, all of the companies share the same address in Clifford Centre in Raffles Place. However, it is the registered address and office of legal firm, Wong Alliance.

orchard scotts condominium 2Malaysiakini noted that the four companies were formed soon after Shahrizat’s family secured the National Feedlot Centre project in 2007 and obtained its first drawdown of RM7 million of the government loan in January 2008.

The family also owns a number high-end condominiums in Singapore, including a unit in the posh Orchard Scotts (right).

In the wake of the scandal, Shahrizat will relinquish her minister's post when the term of her senatorship ends next month.

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