He and his family do not hold secret foreign accounts - says Former President in Communique

Sunday, 19 April 2015 - 19:56

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Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa states that he or his family does not hold any illegal accounts at any foreign bank.

Releasing a communiqué he stated that if such bank accounts were present, such a long time will not be taken to reveal them.

Former President also stated that since some time, the responsible parties of the current regime has been accusing him and his family for holding illegal foreign bank accounts deposited with millions of US Dollars.

He also quoted examples that they are using tricks to publish this news time and again.

Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa’s communiqué added that they are also carrying out a campaign for verbal accusations apart from such news.

Therefore he accuse that such baseless allegations are being used as political tools.

Special attention is paid at the moment regarding money laundering and providing financial aids to terrorists.

Therefore, former President Mahinda Rajapaksa stated that everyone with an understanding about financial sector is aware that such accounts with millions of dollars cannot be hidden under such circumstances.



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