Bond Commission Says Any Attempt To Hack Aloysius’ Phone A ‘Punishable Offense’

The Presidential Commission of Inquiry (PCoI) appointed to investigate the Treasury bond issue said today that any attempt to hack into former Perpetual Treasuries Director Arjun Aloysius’ phone would be considered a punishable offence.

While making the statement, the commission prohibited Aloysius and his agents from attempting to log into his apple account, which is currently being investigated by the CID. 

The remarks come after Additional Solicitor General (ASG) Yasantha Kodagoda informed the PCoI yesterday that an attempt had been made to access Aloysius’ Apple account within the preceding 48 hours.

Communication devices used by Aloysius are in the custody of the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) of the Police attached to the PCoI for investigation and ASG Kodagoda yesterday submitted 8, 600 pages of data extricated from Aloysius’ phone.

Aloysius is being investigated for unprecedented gains made by Perpetual Treasuries at a bond auction at the Central Bank of Sri Lanka while his father-in-law Arjuna Mahendran was at the helm.

 

 

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