Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Anwar: Israeli Intelligence Worked with Bukit Aman

Permatang Pauh MP and Opposition Leader, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim in his speech in Dewan Rakyat today claimed that there is an infiltration by Israeli intelligence, by alleging that agents working for Tel Aviv had worked as contractors in Bukit Aman Federal police headquarters. Anwar claimed that Israeli Intelligence agents have worked in Bukit Aman’s communications server room.

According to him, the agents were working for Asiasoft Malaysia, a sub-contractor engaged by Master Plan Consulting Sdn Bhd to perform an upgrade of communication systems for the police.
"Israeli Intelligence Worked with Bukit Aman," said Anwar at the Parliament today.

“On Nov 25, 2008, the then Home Minister was briefed at 4pm in the KLIA VIP room about concerns raised by the police, specifically, the logistics department and the special branch,” he told Parliament when debating the Supplementary Supply Bill.

“Then between November and December, a police report was lodged by the responsible police officers and investigated by one ASP Sairah. Then Sairah was transferred to Taiping and there was no news after that,” he added.

He is referring to a PDRM contract called APCO 425 which later referred to as RMPnet. The contract is believed to have cost RM980 million. He believed that the company is also involved in the development of Sungkai Technology Park, a Ministry of Defence project that cost RM900 million. He continues by stating that PDRM have informed the Ministry of Home Affairs of the involvement of the Israeli agents but was ignored by the Ministry.
The Opposition Leader during press conference
at Parliament lobby today.

Anwar named Police Director of Logistics Mansuri Zainal as the person who had made the allegation in a letter to the Home Ministry which was also signed by an unnamed Special Branch officer.

Anwar believed that it is only right for him to write a letter to the King to inform him of this matter which he will try to do by today.

"No country that I know of with any level of credibility and integrity would ever condone the presence of ex-intelligence forces of another country deep into the communication strategic and strategic infrastructure of their country unless they are completely slavish to foreign interest," he said.

courtesy of Malaysian Digest

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