PUTRAJAYA: Director-General of Immigration Datuk Wahid Md Dom who was remanded on Friday for alleged graft involving the issuance of visas for foreign workers, was released yesterday on bail.
He was brought before magistrate Mazuliana Abdul Rashid of the Kajang Magistrate’s Court here who released him on an Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) bail of RM150,000 with two sureties.
Wahid who was handcuffed and escorted by three ACA officers, arrived at the court at 11am and was released 10 minutes later.
“The ACA officers carried out their task courteously and professionally. I don’t intend to comment further. Let the court decide on the case,” he told reporters. – Bernama