Deputy Minister Ranjan Ramanayake has complained to the Bribery Commission (BC) against the Divulapitiya Divisional Secretary with whom he was at loggerheads recently.
He told Daily Mirror he had lodged the complaint on Friday. In his complaint he alleged that 61 000 cubes of sand had been removed through sand mining despite the Geological Surveys and Mines Bureau (GSMB) having given permission to remove only 500 cubes of sand.
“The Bribery Commission is likely to obtain a court order to examine her phone and her tab records,” the deputy minister said.
He said he saw no reason as to why he should apologise to the divisional secretary.
“She and others who supported her are the ones who should apologise because it has now been proved that she and the others were involved in a fraud. The removal of GSMB officer is clear evidence that a fraud had taken place during sand mining. (Yohan Perera)
RDF Monday, 06 February 2017 05:22 AM
Even if a fraud was committed, what right do you think you have to talk like that? There are well documented methodology of dealing with such things. You showed your shallowness, lack of experience , lack of even common sense. It was really like you were acting in one of your cheap films. A "card board" hero. Grow up Ranjan, fast...
ANTON Monday, 06 February 2017 07:14 AM
YES RANJAN, ELIMINATE THESE SHIRKERS, THEY TOTALLY DEPEND ON COMMISSIONS.
KITHUL GAHATA NAGGA SLAS Monday, 06 February 2017 07:22 AM
We no SLAS Officers union does not have back born
[email protected] Monday, 06 February 2017 09:29 AM
Good Job Ranjan, now why dont you take the former Central Bank Governor too to the Bribery Commission
Bala Monday, 06 February 2017 12:25 PM
36 written complaints and what methodology did the DS follow - just passed the buck to GeoSMinesS and collected to ignore corrupt practce of illegal mining.
ceylon Monday, 06 February 2017 03:23 PM
complain but it takes many years for action.why not try to increase 1000 more officials to clear the 3000 plus casess now on the que. via DM Android App
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