Former minister Wimal Weerawansa arrived at the Presidential Commission of Inquiry to Investigate and Inquire into Serious Acts of Fraud, Corruption and Abuse of Power, State Resources and Privileges (PRECIFAC) a short while ago in connection with the misappropriation of Rs.1 billion in public funds.
A PRECIFAC spokesman said a statement would be recorded from Mr. Weerawansa with regard to the fraud and corruption that had taken place in the institutions under his ministry.
He said a complaint had been received by the commission alleging that Mr. Weerawansa had given vehicles and fuel from the Engineering Corporation to his personnel staff without following a proper procedure and had given houses and shops to his kith and kin causing a loss of Rs.1 billion to the Government. (Ajith Siriwardana)
Inland revenue questions and threatens even if there is a difference of a few rupees in the massive taxes that we pay. It is just amazing how these day light robbers who have robbed billions of our money are on the loose and talking crap against the government. .
M.O.Daya Friday, 05 August 2016 05:08 PM
The PRECIFAC and FCID are toothless tigers. No point questioning Lemon Puff, because laws are not strong enough to punish the looting of public funds.
Veda-mama Thursday, 04 August 2016 03:15 PM
Issa wagae aehaata maehaata pannata, oluwae monawada thiyennae?
jolly bird Thursday, 04 August 2016 03:46 PM
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Farma Thursday, 04 August 2016 04:01 PM
Hope you will arrest him immediately
malij Thursday, 04 August 2016 10:23 AM
Now tell the PRECIFAC about the Pada Yaathra and to drop all the charges against you immediately.
Labby Thursday, 04 August 2016 10:24 AM
Not questioned as to why he had not showed up at the PRECIFAC on the day he was asked to?
Real Peace Thursday, 04 August 2016 10:30 AM
Come on, pardon him. He must have stolen this money to buy new slippers and Lemon Puff!!
TONY Thursday, 04 August 2016 11:31 AM
HOPE HE WILL BE ARRESTED IMMEDIATELY
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