Selangor Journal

MBSA recorded zero complaints on corruption

SHAH ALAM, MAY 17: The Shah Alam City Council recorded zero complaint on corruption involving its members and officials.
Its Mayor, Dato’ Ahmad Zaharin Mohd Saad said that proves MBSA’s integrity is at its best.
“There has been no report of any bribery. However, we are taking action on employees with disciplinary problems such as penal action, not renewing their contracts or termination.
“These are for disciplinary misconduct and not corruption,” he said to reporters at the Corruption-Free Pledge (IBR) Ceremony media conference at MBSA Auditorium this morning.
In that development, 500 MBSA staffs led by Ahmad Zaharin made the pledge, witnessed by the Selangor Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Director, Dato’ Wan Ramli Wan Abdullah.
IBR is implemented as MBSA’s commitment to raise awareness and understanding on integrity in service and increase the commitment of its employees on their roles to combat corruption.
MBSA is the fourth local authority to pledge the IBR involving its staff.
The initiative is in line with Dato’ Menteri Besar, Dato’ Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali’s commitment to ensure his administration in this state is clean and corrupt-free.

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