MAGISTRATE DECIDES TO SELL SAKVITHI’S PRINTING EQUIPMENT
December 07, 2010: Twenty-one suspects, including Sakvithi Ranasinghe, the chief suspect in the financial scam amounting to more than a billion rupees, were produced before the Gangodawila magistrate’s court yet again yesterday.
For the first time, a state counsel appeared on behalf of the prosecution yesterday.
Gangodawila magistrate Anura Kumara Herath decided to sell the printing equipment located at a building in Embuldeniya, belonging to Sakvithi Ranasinghe.
In addition, the court also ordered for Sakvithi Ranasinghe’ office building located down Nawala Road in Nugegoda be handed over to its owners.
Attorneys at law Wasantha Ranasinghe, Vidura Manchanayake and Suneetha Nanayakkara appeared on behalf of the suspects.
Courtesy: News First
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