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Rs.5mn stolen from a safe at CBSL!

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The Colombo Fort Police has received a complaint yesterday (11) evening about the disappearance of Rs.5 million from a safe at the Central Bank.

The officer in charge has complained that one of the bundles of money in a safe room with high-security systems and cameras on the third floor of the building was missing.

Central Bank officials said that bundles of money worth Rs.20 billion that were prepared to be taken to other banks for the New Year have been stored in the safe room and one of them had been stolen.

Meanwhile, the complainant has said that they will recount the bundles.

Accordingly, an investigation has been launched by a team of police officers led by Colombo Fort OIC Lakmal Wijeratne under the instructions of Western Province Senior Deputy Inspector General of Police Deshabandu Tennakone into the incident.

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Former Minister Ronnie de Mel no more

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Former Minister – Ronnie de Mel has passed away today (27) while being treated at a private hospital, reports say.

He was aged 99 years old.A former civil servant, he was the Minister of Finance from 1977 – 1988 under the United National Party government and holds the record for the largest number of budgets presented by a finance minister.

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NPP to also back NCM against Speaker

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The National People’s Party (NPP) has also decided to back the No Confidence Motion against Parliament Speaker Mahinda Yapa Abeywardena.

Opposition Leader Sajith Premadasa, Parliamentarian M.A. Sumanthiran, Chief Opposition Whip Lakshman Kieirella, Professor G. L. Peiris, Tissa Attanayake, Chandima Weerakkody, Shan Wijayalal de Silva, and others have signed the motion on behalf of the Samagi Jana Balawegaya and Samagi Jana Alliance.

Meanwhile, Dullas Alahapperuma, the leader of the Freedom People’s Congress has also said that they would back the NCM.

Yesterday (26), the Uttara Lanka Sabhagaya had stated they would back the motion as well. 

The motion cites several reasons, including the Speaker’s failure to appropriately present the amendments proposed by the Supreme Court for the Online Safety Bill before its passage. 

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Muthukumarana to take up Uddika Premarathne’s MP seat

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S.C. Muthukumarana is set to be named to the Parliamentary seat  left vacant after the resignation of Anuradhapura District MP – Uddika Premarathne.

It is reported that the Secretary General of Parliament – Mrs. Kushani Rohanadheera has informed of this to the Election Commission, in accordance with Section 64(1) of the Parliamentary Elections Act No. 1 of 1981.

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