Written by Staff Writer
21 Sep, 2016 | 6:30 am
Due to the absence of Yoshitha Rajapaksa and his grandmother Daisy Forest, the survey that was due to be conducted on Tuesday September 20, on a plot of land in Mount Lavinia could not take place.
Police have said that details on the matter will be presented to court on Wednesday, September 21.
As per the order issued by the Mount Lavinia Magistrate’s Court – Officials of the Survey Department and the FCID arrived at the location at 9.30 on Tuesday morning, to conduct a survey on a 60 perch land in Mihindu mawatha.
Investigations into the acquisition of the plot of land commenced when the source of funds for the purchase could not be traced.
Although the officials of the FCID and the Survey Department remained at the property until 11.30 a.m. neither Yoshitha Rajapaksa nor his grandmother showed up. However, Yoshitha was later seen at the Colombo High Court, in the afternoon, requesting permission to travel overseas.
Counsel for Yoshitha Rajapaksa informed court that their client wished to travel overseas for medical treatment.
However, the country to which Yoshitha Rajapaksa intended travelling to was not clearly disclosed to court.
The matter will be taken up for consideration on Thursday, September 22.
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