Senior Deputy Solicitor General Haripriya Jayasundara today told Court that there is no legal barrier for former Central Bank Governor Arjuna Mahendran to acquire the documents he sought earlier from the Singapore Interpol relating to the magisterial inquiry conducted into the controversial bond scam.
It was said that first suspect of the inquiry, Mahendran had recently requested copies of some documents relating to the allegations levelled against him and Copies of the warrant issued against him from the CID through Interpol.
SDSG Jayasundara confirmed that the CID has already sent an e-mail to the Singapore Interpol Unit on the instructions of the Attorney General regarding the demand of the suspect allowing him to get the requested documents from the Interpole.
SDSG Jayasundara also said that the prosecution is currently working on getting down first suspect Mahendran under the extradition law of the country. (Shehan Chamika Silva)
sathees Thursday, 30 August 2018 19:57
There you go! so Interpol can't send him here!
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Mm Thursday, 30 August 2018 20:18
The similarity of him and gota is the fear of facing the legal system of Sri Lanka. Then again gota did some variable infrastructure too. While this man AM..... well we all know
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Stan Thursday, 30 August 2018 20:32
Invoke the London scheme for Commonwealth extradition already.
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dickie bird Thursday, 30 August 2018 20:34
Yes. He can visit Sri Lanka and collect them or does he require Rani, Kabee or Malick to dispatch them? .
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jayantha Friday, 31 August 2018 10:01
Bunch of jokers
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Baffled Friday, 31 August 2018 10:28
Surely he could be told that the documents would be given to him only when he returns to the country.
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Jolly lad Friday, 31 August 2018 14:48
Even an accused of murder has the legal right to prepare for his defence.
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Haramanis Friday, 31 August 2018 12:35
There should be no legal impediment for grabbing him, putting him in a box and dispatching him to good old SL.....
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BV Friday, 31 August 2018 13:21
Sad to see people making stupid comments showing their ignorance of the law of their own country and also showing how ignorant they are of how a person could be eradicated from another country.
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RM Friday, 31 August 2018 14:39
Sadly it also reflects the level of education and knowledge of the so called educated in our country.
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nil Friday, 31 August 2018 13:23
He is on open warrant,if he should adhere the that order prior to ask for required documents,that should be the correct way i think
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Ahmed Saturday, 1 September 2018 01:25
so he can roam freely in singapore ? do sri lanka have extradition agreement with singapore ?
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