'FGVH share fluctuations mainly caused by opposition's slander'
KUALA LUMPUR -- The Opposition's slanderous accusations are among the main causes for Felda Global Ventures Holdings' (FGVH) share fluctuations, Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Ahmad Maslan said today.
He said the Opposition's overzealous allegations against FGVH had caused its shares to fluctuate.
"Besides world palm oil market contributory factors, slanders hurled by opposition leaders also caused FGVH shares to be unstable," said Ahmad, who is also Umno information chief, to reporters at the Umno General Assembly.
Recently, the National Association of Felda Settlers' Children president,Mazlan Aliman, who is also PAS central committee member, had accused Felda of selling palm oil to an Israeli company.
Calling opposition leaders a group of liars and slanderers, Ahmad said Felda never had any business transactions whatsoever with Israel. -- Bernama