A former Public Bank employee has been subjected to “unlawful interrogation” by his employers after allegations that he leaked the account details of National Feedlot Corporation directors.
Johari Mohamad, who tendered his resignation from the Jinjang branch on May 2, has claimed that he was “grilled” by Public Bank and Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) officers for more than a week before being issued a show-cause letter.
“Johari was grilled in a serious manner for hours and hours…by his employers in which BNM officers were involved, (and was) deprived of assistance from his lawyer. This is entirely illegal,” his lawyer N Surendran said today.
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