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By: Dayaseeli Liyanage   
An investigation has been commenced against a senior officer of the Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (CPC) in connection with a theft of lubricant oil worth of Rs. 40 million from the CPC stores, a senior spokesman of the corporation said.   


Already another inquiry is underway against this official and another official over a fraudulent sale of 75,000 Barrels of Tar belonging to the Ceylon Petroleum Corporation. It is alleged that the the official had sold tar at a low price incurring a loss of Rs. 358 million to the Corporation.   It is learnt that this official had been given 10 increments at once in order to give him a promotion.   


The spokesman said that plans are underway to hold a summary inquiry which would be concluded within a day instead of holding a proper investigation in connection with the tar fraud.   

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