Peacock Mansion: ASP Liyanage summoned by BC

2016-01-02 02:57:19

Sri Lanka Labour Party leader and millionaire entrepreneur A.S.P. Liyanage said he had received a letter from the Commission to investigate allegations on Bribery or Corruption(BC) to appear before the commission on Monday in connection with his offer to hand over Rs.730 million worth Peacock Mansion at Rajagiriya to former President Mahinda Rajapaksa.

He had intended to offer the Peacock Mansion to Mahinda Rajapaksa about eight months ago.

Sources said the former president had consulted architects as well as exorcists and the necessary rites had been observed before occupying the house.
Dr. Liyanage was called to appear before the commission with the relevant documents available to record a statement, commission OIC IP A.H.M.P Abeysinghe said.

When asked about the matter Dr. Liyanage said he would definitely appear before the commission and he in fact had intended to give the mansion to Mahinda Rajapaksa for a period of about two years. But he couldn’t give it due to numerous pressures.

I love my wife and children most and I decided to withdraw my decision of giving him the mansion. (Bimal Shyaman Jayasinghe)


  Comments - 11

  • YAMAYA Saturday, 2 January 2016 10:56

    It is very important to develop the country than anything else

    Reply : 10       23

    Coconut Republic Saturday, 2 January 2016 11:55

    True, but we must collectively work to bring out the looted money of our tax payers and invest them into the development

    Reply : 9       51

    ANTON Saturday, 2 January 2016 11:42


    Reply : 9       34

    Aruna Saturday, 2 January 2016 14:35

    Yet a another year to deceive the ignorant mass who anyway happy in others despair!

    Reply : 6       26

    paddy Saturday, 2 January 2016 14:45

    Almost a year only thing we see BC AND FCID and flunck budget serious waste of vote .

    Reply : 2       34

    Dee Saturday, 2 January 2016 15:38

    Give it please. Your wife and children will be very safe. Nothinh to worry. Its been a free society for about a year now. Cant you see all the media freedom and strikes and protests. What is there for you to fear? Unless of course the source of funds.

    Reply : 11       26

    TJ Saturday, 2 January 2016 17:35

    First of all we would like to know whether the peacock mansion was an inherited property or an incentive given in return for the services rendered.

    Reply : 5       15

    Halapaya Saturday, 2 January 2016 18:14

    IF I was Financially wealthy enough I would Give HON Mahinda Rajapaksa a Mansion as well.

    Reply : 11       22

    southpaw Sunday, 3 January 2016 15:12

    you mean Financially wealthy after reciving lucrative contracts for which part of the proceeds can be used for your beloveds Mansion.Good Investment!

    Reply : 0       4

    Gamaya Saturday, 2 January 2016 18:41

    For whole 2016, the government can go for media shows on the Peacock Mansion!!!

    Reply : 15       14

    gOB Sunday, 3 January 2016 17:34

    this goo mansion was not designed by Mr.Bawa, as Liyanage claimed.

    Reply : 0       3

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