Deputy Minister Ranjan Ramanayake yesterday said he had made a written complaint against 50 MPs who had allegedly obtained cheques from Perpetual Treasuries Chief Arjun Aloysius.
Mr. Ramanayake told the Daily Mirror that he submitted a letter to the Bribery Commission naming 50 MPs from the government and the opposition as respondents for taking bribes from Aloysius.
“On Sunday I spoke to Bribery Commissioner Chief Neville Guruge who requested me to send an official complaint in writing and accordingly I made an official complaint yesterday,” he said.
Deputy Minister Ramanayake declined to reveal the names of respondents but said “I have included names of MPs from several political parties,” he added. (Yohan Perera)
johan Tuesday, 12 June 2018 10:05
Then what happened to Austin Fernando without revealingthe names of individuals. Is he hiding somewhere ?
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Ceylon Tuesday, 12 June 2018 14:09
This man is a national treassure.this is the president this country need.this unlucky country has any luck to make him president ???.
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Siri de Alwis Tuesday, 12 June 2018 14:33
Mr. Ramanayake, You said that President promised to divulge some 118 names very soon.Siri
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