“If there is any such person, the public are advised to contact or lodge a report with the police so that they can be arrested and action taken against them.”
The court eventually granted bail at RM800,000 with one surety and ordered Isa's passport to be surrendered.
A district officer who later found out about the family’s plight then asked the municipal council “to build the family a proper toilet”.
“It is crucial that these unsold units be released and open for sale to generate income to the government in terms of tax revenue, quit rent and assessment, as well as to allow ownership for those in need of a home.”
Mohd Isa, 69, pleaded not guilty to all the charges which were read out before judge Azura Alwi.
First phase spans over a 30-year development period covering 10,926 hectares.
Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mukhriz Mahathir said the companies believe Kedah is strategically located to become the country’s air logistics hub.