Weliwita summoned by FCID

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Former Presidential coordinating secretary and CSN Channel founder director Rohan Weliwita has been summoned by the Financial Criminal Investigation Division on Sunday over a complaint on alleged financial misappropriation in the channel, police said.

Earlier, CSN Director Nishantha Ranatunga was also questioned by the FCID over financial misappropriation at CSN.

The Police Spokesman said the FCID had so far received 52 complaints and they were expediting the probes on them. (Sanath Desmond)

 

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  • Manel Saturday, 18 April 2015 03:56 AM

    CSN is a private channel owned by one Jayawardana, according to Nishanta R. It should be explained to the people of SL how Eye channel, a state owned entity was deprived of income by telecasting international cricket matches and how CSN got this opportunity.

    simon Saturday, 18 April 2015 04:37 AM

    If Duminda got out what chances any of these investigations could be taken seriously.

    Nims Saturday, 18 April 2015 04:53 AM

    We didnt hear anything about 2 tons of gold and 3 helicopters and other valuables belonged to MR. We hear about grilling almost everyday. But we were never served any grilled food up to this moments. Look like taking too long for grilling.

    karu Saturday, 18 April 2015 05:28 AM

    In 100 days more than 100 people questioned,grilled but no action. There was a time when innocent people walking in the streets were taken into custody. Good governance

    Daily Mirrow Saturday, 18 April 2015 09:09 AM

    It seems nobody is being arrested now 100 days is over.We who voted this government are all disappointed. via DM Android App

    Bala Saturday, 18 April 2015 10:01 AM

    Surely by now at least a few inquiries should be over and yield some crooks to be hauled before courts and remanded. Had enough of grilling. Even open shut cases like passport fraud of Weerawansa still pending. Is this like MR holding on to files to blackmail.

    M. Ashraff Nazim Saturday, 18 April 2015 11:13 AM

    The majority of the Public expect quick punishment and as per the above statements made by the public and not just summoning alone would do. As much as possible pursue and if found guilty castigate the culprits without keep on displaying like a drama .

    Sri Lankan Saturday, 18 April 2015 11:54 AM

    Can we know how many Investigative reports are now pending with AG Department and when should the public expect their opinion and or next step to be taken ?

    hi ran gunawardena Saturday, 18 April 2015 12:29 PM

    Another waste of public money. time wasting with inquiries investigations commissions and no real development on the ground via DM Android App

    Cyril n Friday, 17 April 2015 11:52 PM

    What is next step and when ? Trust some action would follow.

    inham Friday, 17 April 2015 11:55 PM

    dear Mr Ranil and Mr MY3 we voted for you to catch and punish these culprits.we are disappointed because you are like NATO.no actions talk only.please punish these people and make them pay what ever they stolen. via DM Android App


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