The New Straits Times Online
PUTRAJAYA: Kuala Lumpur Hospital yesterday lodged a report with the Anti-Corruption Agency report over 10 bouquets of flowers it received from a Parti Keadilan Rakyat representative earlier this week.
A doctor from the hospital lodged the report at the agency’s Federal Territory office yesterday morning.
The bouquets, which cost about RM50 each, were presented by the party’s Wanita chief Zuraidah Kamaruddin to the hospital’s deputy director (medical) Dr Lailanor Ibrahim.
It is understood that Zuraidah, who is also Ampang MP, had asked for the medical report of its de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to be given to PKR once it was ready. She also expressed hope HKL would uphold its integrity in doing its job. [more]