Date of Release:
Dec 5 2015
SNTS chairman Agos Hassan Ashari said after studying the reports, it was clear that SUKE contravened a number of acts and bylaws.
“We received copies of the reports from Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency, which were submitted to the agency by the highway concessionaire Projek Lintasan Kota Sdn Bhd (Prolintas), which was applying for a bank loan for the project,” he said.
Agos said it was one of the stipulated requirements of the loan that all affected parties must be consulted and give their consent (for the project).