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Supposed misappropriation case:

Saturday, October 17, 2020 – 01:00

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Dilshan Tharaka

Retired CID Inspector Padmasiri Dias affirming prior to the Colombo High Court mentioned that investigations into the case sent against State Minister of Power Mahindananda Aluthgamage for supposedly abusing Rs.3.9 million originating from a trade union connected to the Sri Lanka Liberty Celebration (SLFP) have actually exposed that the deals were carried out in a systematic manner and State Minister Aluthgamage had actually not devoted any wrongdoing.He further specified

that State Minister Aluthgamage had in fact gotten the aforementioned quantity as a loan following a formal treatment and that the amount had actually been paid back within three months which there was no fault in the transactions.When the case was used up prior to Colombo High Court

Judge Adithya Patabendi, President’s Counsel Nalin Ladduwahetti appearing for State Minister Aluthgamage in interrogation of the witness, questioned that Assessments have actually not exposed whether State Minister Aluthgamage owned 17 acres of coconut land in Kurunegala, 92 acres in Ratnapura, 70 acres in Kotmale, 20 acres of cardamom growing and five acres in Kotmale inherited from parents.Responding to the query, witness Padmasiri Dias said that investigations had actually exposed that Aluthgamage had actually acquired practically 197 acres of tea and coconut cultivated land and a tea factory.” Although he knew that State Minister Aluthgamage owned a large quantity of property or commercial home, no examination was carried out relating to the profits produced from it,” he added.The case will be consumed for additional trial on November 5. Deputy Lawyer General Thusith Mudalige with Senior Counsel Nadee

Sudurugoda appeared on behalf of the Attorney General.President’s Counsel Nalin Ladduwahetti with Attorneys-at-Law Buddhika Chandrasekara, Shalika Gunawardena, Janaka Ranatunga and Senior Citizen Counsel Kanchana Ratwatte stood for State Minister Mahindananda Aluthgamage.The Chief law officer had actually submitted indictments versus Mahindananda Aluthgamage declaring that he had actually abused Rs.3.9 million coming from a trade union linked to the Sri Lanka Flexibility Party( SLFP), throughout the previous Mahinda Rajapaksa regime. Take A Look At Sri Lanka’s Largest online store. Over 125,000 distinct classifications such as Fresh Flowers, Cakes, Food, Jewllery, Childrens Toys and other Sri Lankan e-commerce categories. Low shipment expenditure to many cities here and totally complimentary delivery in Colombo.Loading … Source

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