Khamis, 20 Ogos 2009
TPM JAWAB ISU JUAL TANAH KEPADA SINGAPURA - malaysiakini
Muhyiddin Yassin kesal dengan tohmahan pembangkang kononnya beliau pernah menjual sebidang tanah kepada Singapura semasa menjadi menteri besar Johor.
Katanya, fitnah itu sengaja dilemparkan kepadanya bagi menaikkan kebencian rakyat kepada beliau dan kerajaan BN.
"Saya ingin menjelaskan bahawa saya (semasa menjadi menteri besar Johor) tidak pernah menjual tanah walau seinci pun kepada Singapura dan ini adalah fitnah semata-mata," kata beliau pada ceramah di Tanjong Putus sempena pilihan raya kecil DUN Permatang Pasir di Bukit Mertajam malam tadi.
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Sila baca laporan akhbar ini :
MALAYSIAN COMPANY CONTINUES SUIT CHALLENGING STATE ACQUISITION OF LAND -
By Raphael Pura, The Wall Street Journal, 16 June 1995
In 1984, Stamford -- which is 90% owned by three families, the Singapore-based Seet family, and the Gan and Wang families from Malaysia -- applied to the Johor government for permission to develop a light industrial estate on part of the land. Stamford, in its suit, claims nothing happened until 1988. Then, Stamford directors met businessmen Syed Mokhtar and Datuk Yahaya, who said they were Tan Sri Muhyiddin's "close friends and business associates," according to the Stamford suit.
According to Stamford's court submission, the company in late 1989 agreed with Syed Mokhtar and Datuk Yahaya, "acting for themselves and [Tan Sri Muhyiddin]," to create a joint-venture company to develop 1,766 acres of Stamford's property. The Johor trio, led by Syed Mokhtar, invested 1.8 million ringgit in the joint venture, taking 30% of its equity; Stamford held the remainder. The joint-venture company acquired the property from Stamford and submitted a fresh application to convert it to industrial use. The Johor government then approved the conversion "speedily," Stamford says in its suit in which it also alleges that the Mokhtar group "made a clean profit of 83.2 million."
According to Stamford, the Mokhtar group in 1992 approached Stamford's directors, proposing to develop the remaining 6,520 acres of Stamford's Johor property. This time, Stamford alleges, the group insisted on taking a 70% equity stake in a new joint venture and proposed that Stamford's land be sold to the venture at 30,000 ringgit an acre. Stamford protested that it wanted to hold 70% of the venture and should be paid more than twice that price for the land.
LAND CASE SETTLED FOR RM405 MILLION
By Jothi Jeyasingam, The Sun, 7 October 1999
The land acquisition civil suit filed by a firm against the Johor government and several other parties was settled today for a total of RM405 million.
The High Court ordered Stamford Holdings Sdn Bhd to be paid the amount for the acquisition of 6,544 acres of land belonging to it.
The consent order was given by Justice Zainun Ali in chambers.
Under the settlement, the Johor government is to pay the plaintiff RM313.25 million while Kelana Ventures Sdn Bhd was ordered to pay RM92.12 million.
Datuk V. Sivaparanjothi and Manjit Singh appeared for the plaintiff while Datuk Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahim appeared for the Johor State Government, Johor Baru Land Administrator and former Mentri Besar Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
Roger Tan Kor Mee appeared for Perbadanan Kemajuan Ekonomi Islam Negeri Johor.
The judge further ordered that all the civil suits, civil appeals and miscellaneous civil applications by the plaintiff be settled and disposed of.
The compensation sum of RM313.25 million is to be deposited in the High Court by or on behalf of the Land Administrator to be paid out to Stamford.
The additional sum of RM92.11 million is to be paid to Stamford by Kelana Ventures, which is one of the interveners/defendants in the case.
The payment is to be made in settlement of the compulsory acquisition of the Stamford properties by the Land Administrator on behalf of Kelana Ventures before the expiry of 18 months from the date of the consent order.
The dispute between Stamford and the defendants involved the whole of the Stamford properties in the mukim of Tebrau, Johor Baru District and involved a total of 6,544.4172 acres which were compulsorily acquired.
Johor goverment, parties to pay the sum for land compulsorily acquired.
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