World’s future richest man’ arrested with valuables worth RM50m

PETALING JAYA: The “world’s future richest man”, Zhang Jian, was found to be in possession of RM50 million worth of valuables when police arrested him at his posh mansion in Phuket on Monday.

According to a China Press report today, Zhang, whose YSLM (Yun Shu Mao) multi-level marketing business courted controversy in Malaysia several months ago, made a failed attempt to bribe the arresting party.

A source told the daily, Thai police were surprise to find such a huge amount of valuables in the house, including cash, jewelleries, land titles and bank passbooks.

Apart from arresting Zhang, 37, a Chinese national whose real name is Song Miqui, police also detained his assistant Gen Lianbao in the raid on the mansion. Police later picked up Zhang’s wife Wang Wenfang (Yoyo), 29, in Bangkok.

The report said as the trio were in possession of huge amount of cash and fake travel documents, the Thai police are investigating them for money-laundering and falsification of travel documents.

Zhang, who was sought by the Malaysian Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry for operating YSLM without a licence from the ministry and not registering the direct sales company with the Companies Commission of Malaysia, fled Malaysia in June.

In early August, he was reported to be undergoing a 100-day temporary ordination programme at a temple in Phuket.

The ministry’s secretary-general, Datuk Seri Alias Ahmad, who said Zhang would be arrested on sight, after declaring YSLM illegal early July, told China Press on Wednesday the ministry has no power to bring Zhang to Malaysia for investigation as the power to extradite the suspect rests with the police.

“Yes, I have said before that we want to arrest Zhang Jian but he is now not in Malaysia. We don’t have the power to extradite him.”

A Malaysian police source said they have yet to receive notification from Interpol of Zhang’s arrest.

“Malaysian police are not in a hurry. Even if they want to extradite Zhang, they will still have to wait for the Thai police to complete their investigation and prosecution before initiating the extradition process.”

Meanwhile, it is learnt China has officially informed Interpol of a request to extradite Zhang, Wang and Gen, who are fugitives in China.

According to Thai daily The Nation, Zhang was arrested by local police over a pyramid scheme that reportedly duped people in China and Malaysia of six billion bhat (RM600 million) and three billion bhat (RM300 million) respectively.

source : TheSundaily.com

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Three big events at Bukit Jalil Stadium on Saturday may hit traffic

KUALA LUMPUR: Members of the public and motorists have been advised to use public transport to avoid congestion at the vicinity of the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil on Nov 1 as three major events would be taking place at the venue on that day.

Kuala Lumpur Traffic and Public Order chief DSP S. Markandan said people should use the public transport system like the Light Rail Transit (LRT), bus or taxi to the stadium on Saturday to avoid being trapped in traffic congestion.

Traffic congestion is expected since the Malaysia Cup final between Johor Darul Ta’zim and Pahang has been scheduled on Saturday while the Perhimpunan Anak-Anak Sarawak Seluruh Malaysia which would be attended by Sarawak Yang Dipertua Tun Abdul Taib Mahmud and Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem, while a Buddhist religious event also takes place on the same day, he told Bernama, here today.

Markandan said police would not close or create diversions around the stadium but would make an announcement if there were changes.

Meanwhile, Syarikat Prasarana Negara Berhad’s (Prasarana) chief of Communications and Strategic Marketing, Lim Jin Aun said Prasarana would arrange for additional coaches based on demand.

“The LRT services will also be extended to cater for fans who come to watch the Malaysia Cup final between JDT and Pahang,” he said. – Bernama

source : TheSundaily.com

* The best way to come is to take public transport, i.e LRT , could save you time and  money. Do your part to avoid congestion. I can already imagine how bad it is.

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riak di internetLakukan sesuatu kerana Allah, bukan sesuatu untuk dibanggakan. Hanya Dia yang Maha Mengetahui.

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puasa muharamsemuga segala amalan kita mendapat redhaNya.

 

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It has been a month since that fateful Saturday morning. It’s really not easy to let go.  All the memories, his voice, the way he talked, laughed all are still fresh in my mind. Our doa and prayers are always with you ayah. May your soul rests in peace, and may Allah grants you jannah of the highest level.

Alfatihah..

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#selfreminder..#Alfatihah#

Semuga segala amalan kita diterima olehNya. Aamiin

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Aaamiin…Salam Maal Hijrah 1436, still not too late..

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Johor crown prince to marry on Friday

JOHOR BARU: Tengku Mahkota of Johor Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim (pic) will end his bachelorhood on Friday. 

Johor Royal Council president Datuk Abdul Rahim Ramli said Tunku Ismail, 30, would marry Cik Khaleeda Bustamam, 21, around 10am

He said the engagement and the solemnisation (nikah) ceremonies would be held at Istana Bukit Serene to be attended only by closed family members of the couple.

source : The Star

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