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Former KLIA Official Exposes How Multiple VIP Politicians Smuggle Cash Into Malaysia Using Private Jets All The Time- RM42 Million Was Brought In Related To Najib

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Never would we have thought politicians can do this, well, just because they’re VIPs doesn’t mean they won’t commit crime, right?

According to Berita Harian, a shocking exposure revealed that private jets belonging to VIPs and senior officials have long been used to smuggle cash into our country.

In the revelation on September 3, this was made possible because the authorities went easy on them when exiting the airport.

Source: Pustcha

In fact, scanning machines were rarely used to scan the VIPs’ or politically-connected individuals’ luggage and carry-on bags to the extent that massive amounts of cash can be easily brought in to Malaysia.

It was also believed that a whopping RM42 million was brought in by an agency related to the Prime Minister’s Department in April for political usage in the 14th general election.

The former head of Immigration operations at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), Datuk Shahul Hamid Abdul Rahim confirmed the existence of such activities and added that it has become a common practice here.

Source: KLIA2

Shahul said,

“This activity has been known by various law-enforcement agencies but (they) failed to eradicate it. When the VIPs’ planes land at the airport, they would bring out their luggage and no strict checking would be conducted. This happens all the time.

“This is also the reason why our country is flooded with foreign currency such as US Dollars.”

He also noted that security checks at the entrance of the airport should be strengthened as it’s our biggest weakness now.

Source: Business Insider

It is known that any civilian bringing in more than RM41,000 will have to declare it at the Customs Department and subsequently get a permission from Bank Negara. However, top leaders and VIPs can skip these steps entirely.

Whoa! If they can easily leave that airport without having their luggage scanned, what’s stopping them from bringing in items other than cash, right?

What do you think? Share your thoughts with us in the comment section below!

(Source: WOB / Berita Harian)

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