At a press conference yesterday, Abdul Rahman explained that he had purchased the land from the state government through Agmal Development in his capacity as a businessman, although he was the Sementa state assemblyman then.
Anyone, even with the minimum knowledge of land law, would know that the state government does not sell land. The government only alienates land to applicants. If it were perfectly alright for him to apply for land, why did he need to "purchase" the land from the government through a private company owned by a third party?
Again, the state government does not, and cannot, sell land under the National Land Code. So, don't lie, Rahman.