Colombo Additional Magistrate Aruna Buddhadasa today permitted the FCID to check the bank accounts of company known as Hovell Constructions in the inquiry being conducted under the Money Laundering Act against Namal Rajapaksa and five others for purchasing Hello Corp shares from questionable funds.
The FCID said it had earlier filed two separate cases against the suspects on charges of obtaining Rs.30 million from Hovell Construction Company and Rs.15 million from Boston Capital Company for services provided by NR Consultancy and Gowers Corporation, which are headed by Mr. Rajapaksa.
It said Mr. Rajapaksa who dealt with Boston Capital and Hovell Construction had given Rs.15 million and Rs.30 million to these companies through a person identified as Indika Karunajeewa with the intention of concealing the origin of the questionable funds.
The FCID said that money was later transferred to Gowers Corporation and NR Consultancy, also headed by Mr. Rajapaksa, saying they were for services provided.
Inspector M.M. Sajith today sought court permission to check the bank accounts of Hovell Construction, which had dealt with NR Consultancy and Gowers Corporation.
The Magistrate also permitted one of the main witnesses Mr. Irriyagolla, to travel abroad between February 20 and March 6.
Pavithra Sujani Bogollagama, Nithya Senani Samaranayake, Sudarsha Bandara Ganegoda and Namal Rajapaksa were the other suspects. (Shehan Chamika Silva)
should verify the accounts of the leading hottelier who suddenly became a millioner and who owns very latest high end cars and several hotels in the area, Definetly he is using Rajapaksha money to make them clean,
dulan Tuesday, 31 January 2017 03:40 PM
Why do these cases take years? when is the next date?
tim Tuesday, 31 January 2017 04:56 PM
You are right... Namal was a Director here before the Government change
Citizen Tuesday, 31 January 2017 05:28 PM
Everything except the Bond Scam
ceylon Tuesday, 31 January 2017 05:39 PM
10 minutes to issue this order.why court took nearly two years .some one must file a case against the court. via DM Android App
Premalal Wednesday, 01 February 2017 07:56 AM
Our courts are in super slow motion.
Anja Tuesday, 31 January 2017 02:01 PM
Perpetual Treasure via DM Android App
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