30 October, 2020

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No Bail For Basil

Kaduwela Magistrate today further remanded former Minister Basil Rajapaksa till August 8 for allegedly misappropriating state funds amounting to Rs. 33 million from the Divi Neguma Funds.

Basil RThe Magistrate also ordered the FCID to scrutinize all bank accounts under Rajapaksa’s name.

Rajapaksa has meanwhile sought bail through the Colombo High Court. The case is scheduled to be taken up on August 20.

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  • 14
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    Back to Hospital? What a Joke?

  • 14
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    These are just a few of the many crimes the Rajapaksa family are guilty of! Bring them all to light.

    • 7
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      Anon:
      They raped the country wholesale but what is the point in Bring them all to light knowing well there will be no punishment……the demons are going on carnival all around the villages performing striptease for free to the massws while as usual some MoFs continue with murders, gang rapes and all sort of atrocities. They are good at providing what we all modayas want. Keep enjoying.

  • 7
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    I Remember the Sinhala Adage,
    ” Atikehel Kaapu Uguduwa wage Moo “.

    What about other” Uguduwo”.

  • 6
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    This idiot still hope that Ranil will save him..That’s the end of Ranil…

  • 10
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    BA(s)IL – Bail for Basil is only when he shaves his head and become a Hamuduru.

    From where did he get the money to buy properties in the USA?

    Dayan Jayatillake must have helped him.

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    Dankottuwa Manike –

    Of course, Dayan Jayatilleke helped the morons to rob the country till the end and even after the moron lost elections. Wonder why he kept off MR’s ‘Pada(da) Yatra” yesterday.

  • 1
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    Less and Less are getting interested in this Fart. It is boring to even read of this coward.

  • 0
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    BAIL?

    What nonsense ! He should rot in JAIL, without the possibility of enjoying all his ill gotten wealth.

    The FCID, BRIBERY COM,CID & all other prosecuting agencies should pile case after case in every Court possible and ensure that he does not obtain BAIL.

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