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Businessman in investment scam also hit with forgery charges

IPOH: A businessman who is facing money laundering and cheating charges amounting to RM6.3mil in an alleged fake investment scheme was slapped with an additional 10 counts of using forged documents.
In the charges brought against him at the Sessions Court here yesterday, N. Narendran, 37, was said to have tried to pass off forged advice documents purportedly from the Perak government as genuine on nine occasions between April 29 and Sept 7 in 2015.
He was also accused of trying to do the same with a forged hospital document supposedly from the Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital here on Oct 31 the same year.
The offences allegedly took place at the Ganang Resources office at the Greentown Business Centre here.
Narendran pleaded not guilty to all the charges under Section 471 of the Penal Code.
Judge Norashima Khalid set bail at RM10,000 with one surety pending mention today.
Last November, Narendran claimed trial to 105 charges of cheating one Hafizul Abdul Hamid into believing he had a deal to provide disposable medical equipment to the hospital.
Also in 2015, Narendran was jointly charged with his friend, S. Robert, 50, under Section 4(1)(a) of the Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorism Financing Act.
He faces four counts of money laundering amounting to RM728,000 while Robert was slapped with six charges involving RM746,400.
The offences allegedly took place between June 25 and July 4 that year.
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