This was Anwar’s fourth police report since early last month on corruption and abuses of power of those in high political places.
In his police report, Anwar referred to investigations conducted by the Anti-Corruption Agency following information about Rahim’s extraordinary wealth furnished by the then DAP Member of Parliament for Kota Melaka, Lim Guan Eng.
This is the second charge that Anwar has brought against Mohtar Abdullah for failing to prosecute a top political leader for corruption although the ACA and the Attorney-General’s Chambers were satisfied there was prima facie case for such a prosecution - the other person being the Minister for International Trade and Industry, Datuk Paduka Rafidah Aziz in connection with her Ministry’s allotment of preferential shares to her son-in-law.
In both cases, Anwar had attached documentary evidence from the Attorney-General’s Chambers to support his police report.
Mohtar had claimed that he had never practised selective prosecution,
never abused his constitutional duties, had always acted without fear or
favour and had never hesitated to institute prosecution against anyone
if there is prima facie case for prosecution - all of which are now
challenged by Anwar’s police reports supported and substantiated
with documents from the Attorney-General’s Chambers.
Mohtar should immediately resign as Attorney-General unless he can rebut Anwar’s police reports that he had interfered with the course of justice and had failed in his constitutional duty to prosecute Rahim Tamby Cik and Rafidah Aziz for corruption although the ACA and the AG’s Chambers were satisfied that there were prima facie case for prosecution against the two.