Two weeks has passed and Chor Chee Heong is still keeping mum on his conflicting positions in Port Klang Authority (PKA) and Wijaya. He must resign from PKA since he wishes to hold on to his deputy chairmanship in Wijaya Baru Global Bhd, a company owned by Ting King Sing, the current MP of Bintulu. Wijaya and Kuala Dimensi ( all related to Ting) were given the contract to develope the Port Klang Free Zone in Westports, which is within the jurisdiction of PKA.
According to a little bird, Wijaya was formerly known as Pacific Chemicals, a listed company owned by the Ekran’s boss, Ting Pek Khiing. Tiong bought over the ailling Pacific Chemicals from Ting and injected his personal assets (including his 1,000 acres of land in Westports and a few companies) into the company and subsequently changed its name to Wijaya.
If you remember, Ling Hee Leong, the elder son of Tun Ling Liong Sik, once worked in Ekran directly under Ting Pek Khiing. Chor at that time happened to be the Parliamentary Secretary of the Transport Ministry when Ling was the Transport Minister. Do you see the link now?
BTW, Tun Ling is still keeping quite over the questionable PKA/ Westports RM1.81 billion land deal. He must explain why PKA (using taxpayers’ money) bought the 1,000 acres of swampy land in November 2002 at a price very much higher than the market value from Tiong King Sing.
I should be calling the Klang police this week for further actions on my police report made more than a week ago. May be I should also raise the matter with the Securities Commission.