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Friday, 01 September 2017 - 8:05
Perpetual Treasuries hands over original audio recordings to Bond Commission
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Perpetual Treasuries has submitted its original unaltered voice recordings to the Presidential Commission of Inquiry, which is probing the Central Bank bond controversy.

The Attorney General’s Department informed the Commission yesterday (31) that action would be taken against Perpetual Treasuries' Chief Dealer Nuwan Salgado, as he had allegedly submitted voice recordings that were tampered with.

On this occasion Senior Additional Solicitor General, Dappulu de Livera said that it is proven that the Perpetual Treasuries' Chief Dealer had committed a criminal offence by compiling false evidence and destroying evidence.

Perpetual Treasuries' IT division Senior Executive Officer, Sachit Devathanthri making a statement, said that Nuwan Salgado had, on the 5th of  July, advised him to delete the company’s telephone calls from the recording system.

He also said that Salgado had given him a written note of about 15 voice recordings that should be deleted.  It was revealed at the Commission that those recordings had been erased and replaced with another recording.

However, the witness revealed that before the recordings were erased, a copy of it was handed over to the Chief Dealer of the Perpetual Treasuries Limited, Nuwan Salgado.

Additional Solicitor General Yasantha Kodhagoda temporally halting the hearing of evidences last evening, requested that an order be issued requesting the respective original recording to be handed over to the Commission before the end of the day.

Accordingly, the original recording was produced by Salgado yesterday and the Commission decided to continue the investigations with the use of the original recording.
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