PKR vice-president Rafizi Ramli's revelations on the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission's (MACC) internal workings prove that information is being leaked to the Opposition, says Datuk Seri S. Vell Paari (pic).
Vell Paari, who is MIC treasurer-general, said he was responding to Rafizi's "revelation" that there had been "secret meetings between a senior official from MACC and PKR leaders".
In a statement on Friday, Vell Paari said that Rafizi's revelation - that a MACC official had revealed that the anti-graft body was pressured on several cases earlier this year - only proved that information was being leaked to the Opposition.
He added that there might also have been political interference from the Opposition as Rafizi had also admitted to meeting the senior officer and discussed MACC internal matters.
Vell Paari said that there was a possibility that the Opposition had influenced The Commission's investigations into Lim Guan Eng due to an apparently close relationship between an MACC officer and Rafizi.
"This might have given the Opposition more time to hide the information needed," he said.
He also urged police to apprehend the senior officer and to conduct a detailed investigation into him.