Mahinda arrives at Special Prez Commission

Mahinda arrives at Special Prez Commission

October 15, 2015   08:54 am

Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa arrived at the Special Presidential Commission of Inquiry investigating serious acts of fraud a short while ago.

He had arrived at the commission at around 8.30am this morning, Ada Derana reporter said. 

The Kurunegala District MP had been summoned today to give a statement regarding allegations of failure to make payments to a state-owned media institution for broadcasting campaign adverts during the presidential election.   

The commission had previously obtained a statement from the former President when officials had visited his residence in Mirihana. 

Meanwhile it has been reported that former Media Minister Keheliya Rambukwella and former UPFA General Secretary Minister Susil Premajayantha also arrived at the commission to give statements today. 

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