MR should deny that he accepted money from china -Ranjan

MR should deny that he accepted money from china -Ranjan

Written by Staff Writer

29 Jun, 2018 | 12:19 am

COLOMBO (News 1st) – Deputy Minister Ranjan Ramanayake filed a complaint with the Police FCID on Thursday (June 28th) against Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa.

In his complaint, Ranjan Ramanayake requested for an investigation to be carried out over the New York Times exposure claiming that as the 2015 January election inched closer, large payments from China flowed into Rajapaksa’s campaign.

The Deputy Minister of Social Empowerment commented on the matter in Colombo, stating that Mahinda Rajapaksa while in Japan had said if it is proven that he had taken even a single dollar he would kill himself.

The Deputy Minister challenged the former president to provide an affidavit claiming that he had not accepted any funds from China.

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