Keheliya Granted Permission to Attend Parliamentary Session: Former Minister Declines to Participate

February 07, 2024

Former Minister Keheliya Rambukwella, currently in remand prison over corruption allegations, has been granted permission to attend today's Parliamentary session. However, in a surprising turn of events, Rambukwella has declined to participate, according to the Prisons spokesman.

Rambukwella's decision not to attend the Parliamentary session comes amidst intense scrutiny and public outcry over the allegations against him. His presence in Parliament could have potentially sparked further controversy and drawn attention to the ongoing investigation into corruption allegations related to his tenure as Health Minister.

The Prisons spokesman confirmed that Rambukwella was given permission to attend the session, indicating a willingness on the part of authorities to accommodate his parliamentary duties despite his current legal situation. Rambukwella is currently in the Prisons Hospital.