MP Mavai Senathirajah asks questions about gold and money taken after the war

MP Mavai Senathirajah asks questions about gold and money taken after the war

MP Mavai Senathirajah asks questions about gold and money taken after the war

Written by Staff Writer

01 Feb, 2015 | 10:40 pm

MP Mavai Senathirajah has once again questioned the whereabouts of the money and the 200 kilogrammes of gold that was taken after the war.

Leader of ITAK MP Mavai Senathirajah said:

When the war was over Sarath Fonseka was the army general. He had then said that he gave 200 kilogrammes of gold to Gotabaya. More than 200,000 dollars were given. Questions are raised today regarding this. I took up this issue in parliament asking where the money is. You could have at least used the money for suffering poor children or widows who have lost there livelihoods. Even yesterday the visiting British External Affairs Secretary has said that war crimes need to be investigated. The TNA has taken a very clear stand on war crimes which were committed and they have to be investigated in full. We stand firm on this issue. Even after our people have lost so much they are now thinking of saving whatever is left. Our people still have no clue about when where and how the army will capture our lands.”

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