14 December, 2017

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Bond Scam: Rosy’s Name Surfaces In Leaks To Arjuna Mahendran

Rosy Senanayake who was a member of the COPE committee under the chairmanship of DEW Gunasekara had given her son the statement made by Kasun Palisena before the Committee. The statement was to be given to Arjuna Mahendran the then Governor. Rosy has also refused to sign the DEW Gunasekara interim COPE report on bond scam.

Rosy Senanayake

Call recordings which were deleted at the behest of Perpetual Treasuries (PTL) CEO Kasun Palisena and Arjun Aloysius were played at the Bond Commission today.

The details were revealed during the first phone conversation played which was between the Chief Dealer of PTL Nuwan Salgado and Palisena

In it Palisena instructs Salgado to take the statement from “Rosy ge putha” (Rosies son) and give it to Arjun Mahendran.

Commenting on the nexus between Arjun, Rosy Senanayake’s son and the rest of the cohorts, Justice Prasanna Jayawardena said “the connection is that all of them were alumni from a certain international school”.

All children, including Ravi Karunanayake’s children studied at the Colombo International School, in which during testimony they said that they had met and created relationships.

Related posts:

Bond Scam: Call Recordings Played, CB Governor’s Son-In-Law Aloysius Had Inside Information

Bond Scam: Perpetual Lawyer Dodges Today’s Hearing After Saying He Wants To Step Down

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    Rosy has admitted that she di dnot give any information while she was in the COPE commiittee. but, she may have done while she was not there. I THINK ROSY IS INVOLVED HERE IN ORDER TO SAVE Ranilthe Major thief in the case. He instigated all this.

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      Jim Softy
      You are right about Rosy and Ranil. You are right about JVP too. You must be a very reasonable person.

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    was rosy leaking during these COPE meetings?

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