Written by Staff Writer
26 May, 2015 | 6:48 pm
Speaking at an event held in Colombo on Tuesday, May 26, Minister of Plantation Industries, Lakshman Kiriella noted that no political influences will be exerted any further on the judiciary, the public service and the police.
he event was held to assess the projects undertaken by state-owned BCC Lanka Limited parallel to the government’s 100-day programme and to launch its new website.
Minister of Plantation Industries Lakshman Kiriella stated that Rs. 5000m in public finds were spent on the elections and to ensure victory, which was excluding cost of vehicles.
He went on to note that, according to a source, during the last two weeks, stacks of money were discovered in the living room of the Kandy Palace which included stacks of 500 and 1000 rupee notes. Those were the people’s money. Therefore, from now onwards nobody will be able to exert pressure on the police, the judiciary, the public service and the Attorney General’s Department.
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