Suspicious 17,000 Divi Naguma claim forms found at Gatabe.

Wednesday, 21 January 2015 - 8:01

About 17 thousand ‘Divi Naeguma’ claim forms suspected to be leftovers after distribution during the recent presidential election were found at the ‘Divi Naeguma’ Department situated at Gaetambe.

A police spokesman said that although these claim forms, recovered on a tip-off the Peradeniya police received, bear the Department Director’s signature, the name or address of the claimant is not mentioned in them.   

The JVP also lodged a complaint at the Polonnaruwa SSP office yesterday with regard to a stock of documents found heaped up at the Polonnaruwa Economic Development Ministry Operations office.

In addition 150 thousand almanacs bearing former President Mahinda Rajapaksa’s image were found stored at a Kurunegala Agriculture and Agriculture Insurance Board office. 

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