Salaka: Cheating case amicably settled

21 July 2014 07:15 am - 5     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


The case filed against the Salaka owner, Gamini  Neththikumara on the charge of having cheated a private security firm, was amicably settled today after the entire amount was paid to the complainant party.

A Security Manager attached to a private security company which had provided security services to  Salaka had complained to the Slave Island Police that the respondent Salaka  has defaulted a payment of Rs.326,987 owed to the private security firm. (LS)

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  • papa Monday, 21 July 2014 06:44 PM

    good guy biggest & latest Cheat around in SL with ilegel casino and etc...... via DM Android App

    Game Kolla Tuesday, 22 July 2014 03:38 AM

    He is like WESSANTHARA... Oka Kalani Gaga Yatin Pol Lel Lak Giya Wage. via DM Android App

    abr Tuesday, 22 July 2014 09:32 AM

    Good men do not cheat and run illegal casinos. He is a rouge and cunning man helping temples and poor people with ill gotten wealth to hide the true facts. Reminds me of Kotalawala and the charity work he used to do until the mask was removed.The are wolves in sheep clothing.

    Rucy captain Monday, 21 July 2014 03:25 PM

    Hes a good man. Newspapers twist stories. via DM Android App

    Kevin attygalle Monday, 21 July 2014 03:31 PM

    People trying to defame this man. This amount is nothing to him. I have heard of him. He is an advocate to the temple and he has helped thousands of poor people in Sri lanka via DM Android App

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