Mohamed Azmin Ali (PKR – Gombak) had told the House on Monday that anyone who wanted to speak about corruption should himself be free of such. He remarked that the “Six-Million-Dollar man from Umno” was sacked in 1995 for allegedly paying RM6mil to secure a division chief’s post.
Datuk Tajuddin Abdul Rahman (BN – Pasir Salak) then jumped to his feet and vowed to sue Mohamed Azmin if he dared to repeat the statement outside the House.
Yesterday, both MPs gave interviews on the matter.
Mohamed Azmin said he had not named anyone when talking about the “Six-Million-Dollar man”.
“I merely mentioned that an Umno leader embroiled in money politics, like the Six-Million-Dollar man, should not have a say when talking about corruption.
“Siapa makan cili dia pedas (He who is guilty will feel it),” he said.
Tajuddin admitted that Mohamed Azmin had not mentioned any names.
“But when you mention the Six-Million-Dollar man, there is only me…