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Dr Ling set to take the stand in PKFZ case to clear his name  July 12, 2017 – 12:32 am

KUALA LUMPUR: Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik is set to take the stand in his own defence when his trial resumes on Friday.


Those familiar with his defence strategy said Dr Ling would give his testimony under oath so that he can answer all questions from his own lawyers as well as from the prosecution before trial judge Justice Ahmadi Asnawi.


On March 9, the court ordered Dr Ling to enter his defence over three charges of cheating the Government in relation to the Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) project.

Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik


Sources said the veteran politician was eagerly awaiting the opportunity to take the stand to clear his name.


They said 69-year-old Dr Ling woke up at 7am on each day of the trial in order to be on time for the hearing at the KL High Court.


They expect the same to happen on Friday as Dr Ling wants the court proceedings to go on smoothly. He does not want to cause any delay for the disposal of the case.


“He has agreed to take the stand to tell his part of the story. The case has to do with the method of financing over the purchase of the land. It is highly technical and complicated. He wants to explain that he did not cheat or mislead the Cabinet, ” said one source.

Source: Malaysian Times

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