KOTA BARU: PAS' central election secretary Mohd Nasir Daud was called to the state Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission's (MACC) office today to have his statement recorded over the alleged RM90 million case.
Clad in a light brown baju melayu, Mohd Nasir arrived at the MACC office in Jalan Lundang at about 9.50am.
Formerly PAS' Kuala Krai area secretary, Mohd Nasir was seen leaving the office about an hour later.
Speaking to reporters, Mohd Nasir admitted that he was called to the office to facilitate MACC's investigation into allegations that PAS had received RM90 million from Umno.
"The MACC officer just took my statement and I was not asked to hand over any documents.
"I answered all questions asked by the two MACC officers," said the 68-year-old when met outside the MACC's office.
Mohd Nasir is the second PAS leader called to the MACC office in connection with the case.
On Feb 8, the Islamist party's central committee member Nik Mohamad Abduh Nik Abdul Aziz was summoned by the commission to have his statement recorded.