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Former Minister and Samagi Jana Balawega (SJB) MP Rishad Bathiudeen today filed a complaint against Minister Wimal Weerawansa before the Criminal Investigations Department (CID).

The MP said he complaint about a speech made by Wimal Weerawansa at an event in which the minister said that his brother and Easter Sunday attack mastermind Zahran Hashim had a telephone conversation.

Speaking to the media, Bathiudeen denied the allegations and said Wimal Weerawansa should prove those allegations if he can.

"I had never met Zahran. I told then and now that neither my brother nor I had any link with him. That is the truth. The statement made by Weerawansa was a blatant lie. He continues to spread malicious lies for his political gain. I challenge him to prove what he said if he can. I have lodged a complaint with the CID. I hope they would initiate an immediate investigation into this complaint, he said.

  Comments - 4

  • Thievies Wednesday, 10 March 2021 05:17 PM

    Both you and Weerawansa are rouges played out the public money in billions. Agree or not. Weerawansa robbed giving houses to his relations and from State Engineering Corporation and you played out distributing lands to your own kith

    Laxman Ekanayake - Puttalam Wednesday, 10 March 2021 05:21 PM

    Without fire no smoke anyway. You and your brother had links with Terrorists and gave shelter to them before the attack took place, Rishad, don't think people are fools.

    Janakantha Siripala Wednesday, 10 March 2021 05:32 PM

    Go Badu GO!!

    Hamid Thursday, 11 March 2021 07:52 AM

    What happened to verdict given against him on deforestation and illegal housing projects in government land in Wilpattu


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