Rajapaksa says not just him, but the all Sri Lankans could seek legal redress over the issue, as money matters affect all of them.
He adds that he will return to Colombo from Diyatalawa within days and meet his lawyers to discuss taking the matter to courts.
The ex-president on February 27 said at a function at Boralanda in Welimada that he was thankful to his successor for having appointed a presidential commission to inquire into the CB bond sales.
He went onto say that he has already met a lawyer over the accusations being leveled against him.
Meanwhile, yesterday’s cabinet meeting discussed an immediately cancelling of the controversial gazette notification issuing a new one in its place.
Ravi advised to rectify ‘criminal offence’!
Foisting responsibility for the bond scam on the Rajapaksa govt.
Attempt to destroy data relating to CB bond gazette