KUALA LUMPUR: Felda Investment Corp (FIC) will discuss Wednesday on the possibility of taking legal actions against PKR vice-president Rafizi Ramli over the latter's allegation against the Felda subsidiary.
Federal Land Development Authority (Felda) chairman Tan Sri Shahrir Abdul Samad said, the FIC's board of directors will include Rafizi's allegation as part of the meeting's agenda.
"Coincidentally the board of directors will be having a meeting tomorrow. I was told by the (FIC) chairman that they will discuss on Rafizi's claims.
"This (Rafizi's allegations) is false information based on ill-intention," he told the media at the Parliament on Tuesday.
Rafizi recently claimed that a FIC subsidiary was only registered on Oct 13, the same day he made an exposé about the firm not owning its hotels in London.
Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Razali Ibrahim had disputed the statement and said no company was registered on that day but they were duplicates of the company's registration documents, which were certified as true copies on Oct 13.
On Oct 13, Rafizi claimed that Felda's Grand Plaza Kensington Hotel was owned by a shell company registered in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) named FIC London Hotel (Private) Limited.
Razali, who was also present during the press conference, told Rafizi to stop lying to the people by creating his own narrative.
He said, Rafizi's allegations had misled the public and as a result, Razali said the public will start punishing those who are innocent.
"Rafizi said I did a cover up and that's a total lie. He is too obsessed with the story that he has created. I'm disappointed because many people saw Rafizi's Facebook live yesterday.
"When it's proven that he had been lying all this while, he should find every single (Malaysians), who believed him, and tell them the truth," he said.