The whole Kelantan state’s administration had suffered continuously, both politically and economically due to unseen interference from the Raja Perempuan of Kelantan.
Prospective local and foreign investors are skeptical on initiating good business in Kelantan due to negative reports of blockages, harassments, warnings and cancellation of awarded concessions. The Raja Perempuan has been dictating the State Government with regard to offers of major projects in the State.
A few senior civil servants and businessmen are directly involved in carrying out the evil directives from the Raja Perempuan. Leading the team are corrupted officers, State Financial Officer Dato’ Shkori to take care of the Excos, Land & Mines Director Dato’ Kamaruddin to handle land and mining cocessions and Kota Bharu District Officer Dato’ Ismail Ghani handles urban projects. The few businessmen directly profiting from the Raja Perempuan’s malpractices are Ho Tin Teik of Ceramic Material Supply Sdn Bhd, Gua Musang, Tan of SBJ Holdings, Dato’ Bernard of the Lojing projects, and Dato’ Giok with the riverside reclamation projects. Prime urban building projects are awarded to SBJ Holdings with huge kickbacks in the form of shoplots are presented to the Raja Perempuan.
The whole ‘Rakyat’ of Kelantan are fully aware of the evil deeds of the Raja Perempuan, and they are bored and shameful with common sights of “Projek Diraja” accompanied with a “Crown” scattered by the roadside throughout the State from Northern Kota Bharu to Southern Lojing. The people are also fully aware that HRH the Sultan has nothing to do with such cheap display of Royal accent.
HRH the Sultan of Kelantan is innocent and unaware of His name being used by the Raja Perempuan in trying to get through certain deals, kickbacks and commissions from the State or investors. Even the Sultan’s sisters Tengku Marjan, Tengku Salwani and Tengku Rozan were not entertained and were treated badly by the Raja Perempuan.
The Crown Prince, Tengku Mahkota, Tengku Mohd Faris Petra was forced by his mother, the Raja Perempuan to marry her relative, Tengku Zabedah from Thailand. The marriage had failed and the Crown Prince is not on good terms with his mother.
The Crown Prince’s younger brother, Tengku Temenggong had recently married a rich and pretty Indonesian girl, Miss Manohara. After a short while Manohara left the Prince and stayed back in Indonesia. Unhappy with the incident, the Raja Perempuan kidnapped Manohara and kept her back in Kelantan. Manohara’s parents tried to enter Malaysia to reclaim their daughter but was stopped by the Immigration Department, which was arranged by the Raja Perempuan.