From the BBC
Malaysia wedding sparks corruption inquiry
Malacca's chief minister, Ali Rustam, insisted the function, where food alone reportedly cost $200,000 (£124,000), had been his "own family arrangement".
Opposition politicians have asked how he could afford the cost on his salary. Read more
Probe ordered into lavish Malaysian wedding
KUALA LUMPUR MALAYSIA’S anti-graft body is investigating the wedding of a top official’s son — attended by around 130,000 people — after opposition politicians questioned the celebration’s funding.
The wedding on Sunday of Ridhwan Ali, 26, eldest son of Ali Rustam, chief minister of the southern state of Malacca, reportedly lasted eight hours and made it into the Malaysia Book of Records for its massive turnout.
Opposition politicians have since questioned whether state funds were used for the event, and several of them lodged a report with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission.
A senior commission official confirmed on Friday that an investigation had been launched. Read More
Eight-hour wedding for 130 000 guests
Graft probe over Malaysian wedding
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What a shame to put a Malay wedding in the limelight for the wrong reasons. Barisan Boleh