18 November, 2018

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NFF’s Muzammil Further Remanded

National Freedom Front (NFF) spokesman Mohammed Muzammil was ordered to be further remanded till August 10th by the Fort Magistrate today.

Mohammed Muzammil

Mohammed Muzammil

He is currently in remand for allegedly misappropriating Rs. 6 million by misusing vehicles that belonged to the Presidential Secretariat during former President Mahinda Rajapaksa’s term.

He was arrested on June 20 by the Financial Crime Investigation Division (FCID) and subsequently remanded.

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    Musammil is posing in the picture as a HERO as he has done nothing wrong. He implies that he is in Prison custody because he is against the Govt.

    FCID says that Musammil is ZERO as has cheated Govt. by taking money for the same Vehicle from Presidential secretariat and Wimal Weerawansa’s Ministry.

    They are the biggest Patriots in the Country.

  • 4
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    That too he was not entitled for it, he was not a government employee but a party official. This is a true and real case of fraud, cheating and stealing the governments funds using their political power. For this only he and his masters are dyeing to get to power at any cost and by any means. The full and strong force of the law should be applied to them and make it a good lesson for all. They preach some thing and do the opposite.

    • 0
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      Have they investigated all who violated this law. ? There are many in. # goveremnet depts who abuse the use of government vehicles for their private trips.

      Only Investigating a political opponent who abuses the system is clearly political revenge

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  • 1
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    THis fellow is a third rate crook, much like is boss the loud mouthed and uncouth Weerawansha.

    He should remain where he is, and be put to do some useful work such as road digging.

  • 0
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    Why is this guy still in remand over just 6 million bucks, when Namal gets bailed out despite being up for 175 million? I don’t understand this.

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