The vocal 1MDB critic says jewellery was a gift to the PM’s wife in March 2014, which she has knowledge of.
KUALA LUMPUR: 1MDB critic Khairuddin Abu Hassan has filed a suit seeking that the High Court order the prime minister’s wife, Rosmah Mansor, to return a 22-carat pink diamond set in a necklace to the sovereign wealth fund.
The former Umno leader, who was sacked from the party two years ago, also wants businessman Low Taek Jho to pay 1MDB all the money allegedly misappropriated from the company.
Khairuddin said he was initiating the suit as no other individual was bringing any action to recover the jewellery and enforce the law.
“The taxpayers will benefit through the recovery of the jewellery because they are the ultimate paymasters of 1MDB debts,” he claimed.
He also wants Rosmah and the businessman, better known as Jho Low, to compensate 1MDB for the alleged misappropriation and use of the jewellery and repay any money due to the company. Read more