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Sosilawati murder: ‘Chettiar Land’ Scam

Contributed by Anonymous on Monday, October 04 @ 11:04:10 CDT

CommunityThe Traveler, Monday, October 04, 2010
Jeeva, son of a famous movie producer R B Choudry, acted in a Tamil movie ‘Pori’ which means ‘trap’.
The movie depicts how idle properties are hijacked and sold to innocent people.
In the movie, veteran actor Nages buys a small property for his son’s book shop using his retirement fund.  

Nalliannen Sinnasamy's family home

But, it turns out that the one who sold the property was not the real owner, the real owner was in overseas, but by a property scam syndicate.
The syndicate comprised of corrupt government officers, Politian and businessmen carrying out the hijack from the rightful owners and selling them to unsuspecting people with forged do*****ents.
The movie is the typical reflection of what’s actually happening in Tamil Nadu.
In real life, in-laws of actor Srikanth were involved in several land and housing scams that were widely reported in Tamil media, some years ago.
The comedian Vadiveloo, also, a victim of land scams lost millions to his very own buddy often performing side-kick roles with him.
Now, coming back to Malaysia on the Banting murders, Nalliannen Sinnasamy family members land scam is very much similar.
Central to the quadruple murder seems to be the piece of land in Penang as speculated by Malaysian media.
Traveler sources have traced the details of the contentious land located at Lot 407, 332, 460 of Bandar Batu Feringgi, Daerah Timor Laut, Penang.
The 32.734 acres freehold land, worth of RM 65 psf (with squatters) and RM 95 psf (without squatters), is equally owned by three Chettiars: Nallaperumal Chidambaram Chettiar, Palamalai Chidambaram and Solachi Narayanan.
Apparently, the land owners have given the Power of Attorney to a Penang resident, Ramanathan Nachiappan.
On May 21st. 2009, Ramanathan lodged a police report and the gist of it;
a)      A company known as Southern Symphony Sdn Bhd has entered into a sales and purchase agreement dated 17th. October 2008 to sell the properties to apple quality sdn bhd for RM 29 million.
b)      A lawyer by the name of Dato Dr. S N Pathmanaban from Pathma & Nall & partners had filed an originating motion to remove inter alia caveat lodged by me (Ramanathan).
According to the report, Ramanathan has verified with the three owners of the said land: all of them denied selling any of their shares to Southern Symphony Sdn Bhd, unaware of the move to remove the caveat and never appointed the legal firm Pathma Nalli & Partners to sell their respective shares in the property concerned.

Ramanathan further contended, “someone has fraudulently represented themselves as the registered owners power of attorneys to self and to transfer the above properties without the knowledge and consent of their rightful registered owners”.
Interestingly, Traveler sources search in the Companies Commission of Malaysia found that Southern Symphony is RM 2.00 Company where the murdered millionaire Sosilawati Lawiya is one of the directors.
 Apple Quality, the company that supposed to purchase the land for RM 29 million, has a paid-up capital of RM 3 million, with four partners having equal shares of RM 750,000.
The prime murder suspect, Pathmanababhan Nalliannen, is a director as well as one prominent Politian, Abd. Rahman bin Palil, Selangor State Assemblyman, Sementa and former EXCO member during Mohamad Khir Toyo tenure.
Abd Rahman bin Palil has been embroiled in a 24 hour land transfer scandal in Kapar.  
The constituency Parliament member, Manikavasagam, reported the matter to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).
 Abd Rahman bin Palil has been, also, implicated in Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) scandal by the auditing firm PricewaterhouseCoopers Malaysia.
Traveler sources unable unearth two other directors’ details, at the moment.
As in the movie ‘Pori’, the system is corrupt to the core.
One who could not challenge the system takes the easy way out blaming Tamil movies and Tamil Schools.



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