Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim who told Azmin to make the exposure, said he has a list of those benefitting millions of ringgit from the deal based on some ‘homework’ he did.
"I'm quite aware not because it was given to me but I did my homework and I realised why people are bent on defending and refusing to listen due to the huge interests and benefits at stake.
"When it comes to the issue of public interest, my concern is that it has direct relationship to the water rates and the people will suffer from it.
He added that it was not a question of people amassing wealth but when exorbitant profit or interests arise from the deal, it will hit back at the Selangorians.
"Penang is successful in keeping water rates low because their water authority was corporatised, not privatised.
"When you privatise something and the deals are not transparent, then we have a problem.
"Why are you defending these excesses? Why are you defending these huge contracts that are not transparent and did not go through proper tender exercises?" Anwar questioned.