Amanah assemblyman denies he is bankrupt

According to Hasnul, the Malaysian Insolvency Department had not put him down as a bankrupt. Source (pic): TTF

An online news report stating that the Shah Alam High Court declared an assemblyman from Amanah bankrupt has since been taken down, with the assemblyman in question, Hasnul Baharuddin, denying the claim.

A separate report by Free Malaysia Today quoted Hasnul as saying that a bank and its lawyers made an error in issuing a court notice bearing his name, adding that the bank in question agreed to cancel the notice.


SUBANG JAYA: An online news report stating that the Shah Alam High Court declared an assemblyman from Amanah bankrupt has since been taken down, with the assemblyman in question, Hasnul Baharuddin, denying the claim.

According to the report, Amanah president Dato Salehuddin Ayub confirmed that the person was Hasnul, assemblyman for the Morib Selangor state constituency.

Hasnul has since denied the report.


A separate report by Free Malaysia Today quoted him as saying that a bank and its lawyers made an error in issuing a court notice bearing his name, adding that the bank in question agreed to cancel the notice.

“I am not a bankrupt.

“The asset is a strata-titled property purchased in 1999.

“The location of the asset was not strategic because the developer kept changing the layout plan.

“We can’t do business at the moment or rent out the property as it is being auctioned,” he said.

According to the report, Hasnul alleged that the Malaysian Insolvency Department had not put him down as a bankrupt.

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