Jul 15, 2009 By WANI MUTHIAH
SHAH ALAM: Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) officers raided Selangor executive council member Ean Yong Hian Wah’s office at the state secretariat building here Wednesday.
The team, comprising officers from the MACC’s Selangor and Putrajaya divisions, seized a personal laptop belonging to Ean Yong’s political secretary Teoh Beng Hock and a desktop computer belonging to the state government.
Teoh, 30, was also taken by the officers to the Selangor MACC office to assist in the investigation.
The officers had gone to Ean Yong’s 15th floor office at about 3:45pm but left after seeing a big group of journalists there. They returned about 15 minutes later when the journalists had left the scene.
Ean Yong, who is the Seri Kembangan state assemblyman, said the officers had initially left the office because they were uncomfortable with the media presence there.
He added they had visited his service centre in Sri Kambangan at about 12:30pm before coming to the state secretariat building.
Meanwhile, Kampung Tunku assemblyman Lau Weng San said the MACC officers had also raided his service centre.
Lau said the MACC had asked him questions about community programmes he had organised.
Ean Yong and Lau are among seven Pakatan Rakyat elected representatives from the Petaling District who are allegedly being investigated by the MACC over the disbursement of state funds allocated to their respective constituencies.
The others are Teresa Kok (Kinrara), Elizabeth Wong (Bukit Lanjan), Dr Cheah Wing Yin (Damansara Utama), Edward Lee (Bukit Gasing) and Hannah Yeoh (Subang Jaya).
Kok had said in a press conference on Monday that even the recipients of the allocations were quizzed by the MACC.