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Serious Sinkie Named Smelly Wang Being Scapegoated For Jiuhu River Pollution Case! Will SAF Go Rescue Smelly Wang?


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JOHOR BARU: A Singaporean and two Malaysians were charged on Sunday (Mar 24) over the illegal dumping of chemicals into Sungai Kim Kim in Pasir Gudang, local media reported.

According to The Star Online, Singaporean Wang Jin Chao, 34, and Malaysian Yap Yoke Liang, 36, directors of a used tyre-processing company, are accused of conspiring with lorry driver N Maridass, 35, who is accused of illegally disposing chemicals into Sungai Kim Kim on Mar 7.

All three pleaded not guilty when the charges were read before Judge Hakim Jailani Rahman, said the report. It added that they are set to face further charges.

The trio were charged in the Sessions Court in Johor Bahru under Section 34B(1)(a) of the Environment Quality Act 1974, while Yap and Wang were also charged under Section 42 of the same Act.

They face sentencing under Section 34B(4) of the Act.

Meanwhile, another Singaporean man is wanted by police to assist with investigations.

The man, who has been identified as 49-year-old Sim Wei Dee, is another registered director of the tyre-processing factory.

Johor police chief Mohd Khalil Kaded Mohd said they were "awaiting assistance from our counterparts in Singapore to arrest him", Bernama reported.

In a statement on Sunday, the Singapore Police Force (SPF) said it had been in touch with the Royal Malaysia Police and were waiting for an official request for assistance.

"The Singapore Police Force is in touch with the Royal Malaysia Police, and are awaiting the latter’s official request for assistance," said SPF. "We are unable to comment further as investigations by the Malaysian authorities are ongoing.”

The toxic waste pollution at Pasir Gudang affected thousands in the area, causing a wave of poisoning cases.

All 111 schools in the Pasir Gudang area were closed following the incident and will reopen on Mar 31.

Read more at https://www.channelnewsasia.com/new...asir-gudang-chemical-pollution-waste-11374110

syed putra

Not easy to prosecute this case. Cops under pressure to charge just about anyone .
Just about everyone was dumping toxic chemicals into rivers all over the country.


Alfrescian (Inf)
And the Chinese in Malaysia still wondered why they are hated by the muds and called 'pendatang'.
You see these Malaysian Chinese here and they are usually pro-PAP as they share the same values ie money/profit above all else.
Recently one of these Malaysian Chinese even dared to scold locals as "si gin na" in Parliament , see what happened to Hyflux and the Minister who said being a doctor is like serving NS


Pasir Gudang chemical spill: Singaporean and company director plead not guilty to 15 charges
Suspects charged over illegal dumping of chemicals into Sungai Kim Kim in Pasir Gudang. (Photo: Bernama)
25 Mar 2019 09:34PM (Updated: 25 Mar 2019 09:40PM)
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JOHOR BAHRU: Two directors of a used tyre processing company on Monday (Mar 25) pleaded not guilty to 15 charges each, over their alleged involvement in the Pasir Gudang chemical pollution case.
Their company, P Tech Resources, was also slapped with 15 charges at the Sessions Court in the Malaysian state of Johor.

Singaporean Wang Jin Chao, 34, and Malaysian Yap Yoke Liang, 36, are accused of failing to notify the authorities about the generation of scheduled wastes within 30 days.


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They are also accused of failing to conduct periodic air quality monitoring and maintain records for manufacturing processes.
READ: Pasir Gudang chemical pollution: Malaysia police arrest 9 suspects

READ: 46 more potential sources of pollution found in Pasir Gudang


The illegal dumping of chemical waste into Sungai Kim Kim in Pasir Gudang caused a wave of poisoning cases, affecting more than 2,770 people. All 111 schools in the town were ordered to shut as authorities embarked on a massive clean-up operation.
The case involving Wang and Yap will be heard again on Apr 30.
On Sunday, they were charged in the same court with conspiring with a lorry driver, N Maridass, to dispose of scheduled wastes into Sungai Kim Kim on Mar 7, without the approval from the Director-General of Environmental Quality.
The court allowed Maridass bail of RM100,000 (US$24,580) with one surety, and for Yap, RM250,000 with one surety.
Wang was denied bail.

Read more at https://www.channelnewsasia.com/new...-singapore-director-plead-not-guilty-11378254