Written by Staff Writer
19 Sep, 2019 | 9:46 am
Colombo (News 1st): Minister of Health and Indigenous Medicine Rajitha Senratne will appear before the Presidential Commission probing fraud and corruption in state institutions for the past 4 years at 1:30 pm today (September 19).
He has been summoned to the commission for evidence over an alleged incident of public funds being used for the maintenance of the Dr Neville Fernando Teaching Hospital. The complaint has been filed by the Secretary of the Government Medical Officers Association (GMOA) Dr Haritha Aluthge.
Meanwhile, Secretary to the Ministry of Power and Renewable Energy Suren Batagoda who appeared before the PCoI yesterday (September 18) has been once again summoned to the Commission, as he failed to bring the needed documents yesterday.
He has been summoned to obtain a statement over alleged fraud at the Ceylon Electricity Board when purchasing additional electricity and fuel.
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