Lim Hock Seng was questioned by the MACC this morning, believed to be related to the RM6.3 billion Penang undersea tunnel project
GEORGE TOWN: Penang state exco Lim Hock Seng is being questioned by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Agency (MACC) at its state headquarters here this morning.
Sources familiar with the investigation said that the questioning was being conducted by a team from Putrajaya, reported The Star Online.
It is believed that the questioning is related to Penang’s RM6.3bil mega project, comprising three main roads and an undersea tunnel.
The newspaper also reported that Deputy Chief Minister II Dr P Ramasamy will be questioned by the MACC over the undersea tunnel on Wednesday.
Ramasamy said he would be meeting MACC officers at its office on Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah at 9am.
“The officers were here on Monday morning and took my calendar which has my schedule from 2012 to 2014. I told them I would be able to meet them on Wednesday,” he said.
He added that no files were taken from his office.