Bukan seorang Pengarah dari SPRM yang ditukarkan serta-merta seperti yang dilaporkan oleh Malaysiakini, tapi sebenarnya dua orang yang ditukarkan ke Jabatan Perdana Menteri itu..
Selain dari Pengarah Operasi Khas Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) Datuk Bahri Mohamad Zin dipindahkan keluar daripada bahagian yang mengendalikan kes berprofil tinggi itu turut dipindahkan ialah Pengarah Komunikasi Strategik SPRM.
Pengarah Komunikasi Strategik SPRM, Datuk Rohaizad Yaakob dilaporkan ditukar ke Jabatan Perdana Menteri kerana masaalah disiplin.
PUTRAJAYA: Two Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission directors have been transferred to the Prime Minister’s Department.
Special operations director Datuk Bahri Mohd Zin and strategic communications director Datuk Rohaizad Yaakob were told Friday they were transferred to the PM's Department with immediate effect.
Bahri was among those questioned by Bukit Aman police in connection with the leakage of information in the 1Malaysia Development Bhd investigations.
Reporters stationed at the MACC headquarters here said they saw Bahri leaving the building "in a hurry.”
A staff said it was a "short goodbye" from Bahri as he walked out of the building with his colleagues at around 6.30pm to his Proton Inspira.
At around 7pm, Rohaizad was seen walking quickly to the basement car park, refusing to talk to reporters.
“Thanks for coming here,” he said before driving off in his Proton Waja.
On Aug 3, CID officers from Bukit Aman spent two hours questioning Bahri at the commission's headquarters in Putrajaya.
He was among several MACC directors questioned by the police the past week.
Bahri had reportedly said he vowed to “find perpetrators who are ordering the arrests” of MACC officers.
Sources told The Star that Rohaizad was transferred due to “disciplinary issues.”
It is believed the transfer could be due to his "soft approach" on Opposition leaders when they visited the MACC headquarters on Thursday.
A staff, who requested anonymity, said the MACC officers cried when informed about their transfers.
MACC is not expected to release any statement, preferring “to let these matters to be put to rest” ~ The Star Online