PETALING JAYA: The contractor for the Klang Valley double tracking project (KVDT2) has singled out Transport Minister Wee Ka Siong for criticism over the termination of the contract.
“The minister and the minister alone should be held responsible and accountable for this unlawful decision and the dire consequences arising from his decision,” Dhaya Maju-LTAT chief executive Mohamed Razeek Hussain said.
Razeek voiced doubt that Wee gave Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin and the Cabinet the time and opportunity to verify the information he provided them.
However, the company is suing both Wee and the Malaysian government for breach of contract.
Wee announced last August that his ministry would reopen the tender for the KVDT2 rehabilitation project.
He said the decision was made after a study