Written by Staff Writer
08 Mar, 2019 | 9:16 am
COLOMBO (News 1st) – Former Minister Wijeyadasa Rajapaksa has filed a complaint at the Presidential Commission inquiring on irregularities at state institutions within the past four years regarding the Suraksha Insurance scheme established for the benefit of school children. The complaint was filed in relation to state funds of Rs. 2300 million that has been misappropriated instead of providing the designated benefits to the children.
In addition, another complaint was filed by the former minister stating that a sum of Rs. 29 million was misused for the purpose of printing subject minister Akila Viraj Kariyawasam’s photograph on school textbooks that were published for the year 2018.
Meanwhile, the Presidential Commission stated that another complaint on the misuse of funds by the Vice Chancellor of the Ocean University, Thilak Dharmarathne was received at the commission. The complaint was filed by the Joint Trade Union Alliance.
At present, the commission has received a total of 522 complaints. The day to submit complaints are open until March 14th.
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