Tun M Reveals The Govt Rejected A “Suspicious” RM100 Million Donation For Tabung Harapan

The company is apparently "unnamed".

Cover image via Malaysiakini / Malaysian Talk

Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad revealed today, 5 October that the government declined an unnamed company's offer to donate RM100 million to Tabung Harapan

Image via Malay Mail

Tun Mahathir called the donation "suspicious" and believed that the company had ulterior motives, according to Malay Mail.

"It is clear that those who wanted to donate had other intentions. That is for the Tabung Harapan, but what if a similar donation happened to a political party? We will end up with the old ways," he said after the Pakatan Harapan presidential council meeting in Putrajaya.

As of today, 5 October, the fund has collected over RM195 million

The fund was set up by Pakatan Harapan in May this year to allow Malaysians to contribute to the efforts of reducing the country debts that is reported to be over RM1 trillion. 

However, Tun Mahathir previously said that the government is mulling closing the fund soon

According to Bernama, the government has not set a closing date.

Speaking of debt, it is reported that the debt of PTPTN almost amounts to that of 1MDB:

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