FORMER Felda chairman Mohd Isa Abdul Samad today said that he had no plans to hold a press conference any time soon to explain the alleged dubious transfer of Felda land in Jalan Semarak, Kuala Lumpur.
He said this was because he wanted to avoid any misunderstanding and wrong perception of the issue.
“Sure, we can (hold the press conference), but we don’t want to create a conflict,” he told reporters in Port Dickson today.
When asked about Deputy Inspector-General of Police Noor Rashid Ibrahim’s remarks that the police would summon him next week to take his statement on the issue, Isa said he was unaware about it.
“I don’t know… I have not been summoned yet. If summoned, I’m ready to cooperate… and you (the media) will be the first to know ,” he said.
Isa was met after presenting school bags and launching a free haircut programme for pupils of SK Intan Perdana at a programme co-organised by thew Mara Education Foundation and Telok Kemang Umno Youth.