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Thursday, 21 June 2018 - 21:43
CID finds more evidence to prove Senasinghe received money from PTL
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The Attorney General’s Department informed Court today that it has received another proof to confirm that State Minister Sujeewa Senasinghe has accepted 3 million rupees from a subsidiary that belonged to Arjun Aloysius, W.M. Mendis company.

The CID submitted a brief of the evidence provided by the Election Campaign Manager Senasinghe, Amal Ravindranath before the court today (Jun 21).

Two of the security guards of Senasinghe who were interrogated by the CID had provided details of the Election Campaign Manager.

Meanwhile, Perpetual Treasuries owner, Arjun Aloysius and his CEO, Kasun Palisena were further remanded until 5th of July, when the case on the Central Bank bond scam was taken up before Colombo Fort Magistrate.

In addition, the Magistrate ordered Arjun Aloysius’s father, Jeffrey Aloysius to appear before the court on that day.

Earlier, the court ordered Jeffrey Aloysius to provide the pin number of the company secret data store to the CID but he had defied doing so as yet.

The Attorney General's Department further informed the court that company’s former Technical Executive Sachithra Madushanka Devatantri knows the pin number to access the secret data store.

Accordingly, Magistrate Lanka Jayarathna ordered Jeffrey Aloysius to release necessary data to the CID from June 25 to July 6th through the technical executive.

The Senior Solicitor General, Haripriya Jayasundara informed Court that an extensive investigation is underway to ascertain how the ill-gotten money has been circulated by Perpetual Treasuries Company.

He further said that necessary information from 31 banks has already been gathered and the progress of the investigations would be informed to court soon.



 



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