Report filed against Muda for allegedly trespassing into Johor GLC-owned property


JOHOR BARU: A police report has been filed against the Malaysian United Democratic Alliance (Muda) for allegedly trespassing into property owned by a Johor government-linked firm.

In an announcement, PIJ Holdings Sdn Bhd stated that the report was filed by its subsidiary, PIJ Property Development Sdn Bhd against Muda for trespassing the constructing and utilizing its incubator with out permission.

“The entrepreneur incubator at Taman Perbadanan Islam in Stulang Laut was set up to help young entrepreneurs who are just starting up their businesses.

“It was never meant to be used as the operations centre of any political party.

“Based on our records, the space was to be used by an individual to set up his furniture business, and not for the operations of any political party. The individual is not allowed to rent out the space to any other parties,” it stated within the assertion Friday (March 4).

“What is more disappointing is that it was being used by Muda without permission from PIJ Property.

“We hope that Muda will vacate the building immediately and leave it in good condition.

“To ensure the building can fully benefit entrepreneurs in the area, we hope that this matter is resolved peacefully,” it stated.

Meanwhile, Muda candidate for the Larkin seat, Rashid Abu Bakar, claimed that the social gathering had signed an settlement to lease the workplace area from its proprietor beginning Feb 26.

“We informed them that we are from a political party and that the space would be used as our operations room throughout the campaign period.

“We have all the necessary documents, including payment receipts to prove that we have permission to use the space from the landowner’” he stated in a press convention on the stated operations room.

Rashid added that Muda has but to obtain a discover to vacate.

“However, if we do receive the notice, we will abide by it and leave,” he stated.

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