President's Secretary Seeks AG's Opinion On Publicizing Bond Commission Report In Light Of Recent Revelations

Austin Fernando, the Secretary to the President, has sought the opinion of the Attorney General on publicizing the report of the Bond Commission. 

This comes in the wake of revelations that it has names of 118 MPs who obtained money from controversial businessman Arjuna Aloysius. 

Deputy Minister Ranjan Ramanayake said he filed an RTI request seeking details on MPs who allegedly obtained money from Perpetual Treasuries owner Arjuna Aloysius. 

"Filed a RTI request, requesting details of all those who got robbed money from PTL & Alloysius, 118 names, it will be very interesting," Ramanayake tweeted on Tuesday. 

Speaking to media, former Minister Dayasiri Jayasekera said 118 other Parliamentarians had taken a sum totaling Rs.1.3 billion for electioneering from the controversial businessman who is at the centre of the Treasury bonds fiasco. 

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