The FCID has unearthed yet another fraud in the controversial multi-million rupee Krrish deal with the latest investigations revealing an irregularity in acquiring a land in Puttalam for the sum of Rs. 40 million.
The FCID told the Colombo Fort Magistrate today that four suspects including former Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission Nalaka Godahewa have been identified over the Puttalam land deal. According to the FCID the suspects including Godahewa had sold the property to Krrish Company under a forged deed.
The FCID has summoned several people who were involved in the fraudulent deal, and has submitted the final report on the matter to the Attorney General to obtain his opinion on how to proceed in the case.
According to the FCID, the latest irregularity was discovered whilst carrying out investigations in connection to the financial misappropriation of Rs. 70 million involving Parliamentarian Namal Rajapaksa.