Former defence secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa arrived at the PRECIFAC this morning in connection with the investigation into a fraud at the KKS cement factory.
A spokesman said Mr. Rajapaksa arrived at the commission to give an affidavit with regard to a statement he made on July 15 regarding the fraud.
Investigations were being carried out by the PRECIFAC on a complaint that some machinery and other equipment belonging to the KKS cement factory had been removed by the army saying it was done under a tender procedure for scrap metal.
Mr. Rajapaksa was earlier questioned whether the defense ministry approval had been granted for the removal of these items from the cement factory as scrap metal.
Every time they say a high profile figure went to PRECIFACI think they must be going and having a tea and having some chit chat on politics.To show the country they advertise.So far nothing has happened .Some one is wasting some one time.
max Monday, 10 July 2017 12:17 PM
Yet another episode of a "mega-tele" of yahapalanaya to please the voters!
Citizen Perera Monday, 10 July 2017 12:42 PM
Another episode of veriety entertainment for foolish srilankans.
Sharon Monday, 10 July 2017 12:42 PM
I am speechless... Endless jokes of Yamapalana...
Ajja Monday, 10 July 2017 12:52 PM
Daily Mirror..we are fed up seeing coming and going,chit chatting,talking to reporters etc..We need action pack news.
rew Monday, 10 July 2017 01:56 PM
Final episode soon - exit yahapalanaya
Sincere Monday, 10 July 2017 01:59 PM
The tele drama continues, and until it ends after each episode it says "mathu sambandai" If its a mega tele, then "The End" will not appear soon!
nihal Monday, 10 July 2017 02:51 PM
another round of making jokes and people fools. Fed up of the whole system
Arnold Monday, 10 July 2017 02:57 PM
WE AREA ALREADY SICK OF THIS. We voted in this government to punish the thieves and bring back the stolen wealth, and NOT TO listen to their excuses and fairy tales.
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