The Sunday Leader

Udayanga insists property in Sri Lanka legally purchased

Sri Lanka’s former Ambassador to Russia, Udayanga Weeratunga insists property owned by him in Sri Lanka had been legally purchased.

The Fort Magistrate had on Friday issued an order against the sale or transfer of any land belonging to Weeratunga.

In a media statement on Saturday, Weeratunga said the property had been purchased using funds he had collected legally and saved in bank accounts in Sri Lanka.

He said that in 2015 the Central Bank had frozen his accounts in Sri Lanka without any valid reasons or prior notification.

A warrant was issued on Udayanga Weeratunga last year over ongoing investigations into the controversial MiG deal.

Udayanga Weeratunga claims he is in Ukraine and has refused to support any investigations against him.

He says the Government is using him now to win votes at the Local Government elections. (Colombo Gazette)

6 Comments for “Udayanga insists property in Sri Lanka legally purchased”

  1. surath

    Both these fiklthy para sinhala buddhist bastards must Roasted in a frying pan to a temperature of 1000Degees cntigrade,including Gotabaya Rajapaksa filthy bastards

  2. Robert

    Legal purchases were certified by his kith and kin of course.

  3. Maha sangara

    amu horak wage look eke

  4. Maha sangara

    Lying fool. loka is now missing to help him.

  5. lalkumar

    How about a financial audit. Inland Revenue will be interested collecting their share.. I have worked in the US with a six figure salary for a long time and may not have as much wealthy as you are to acquire that kind real-estate.

  6. tomsam

    This SL govt is behaving or pretending to behave like a bunch of imbecile!!
    Dont they political acumen to use international fora to bring back this criminal in shackles!!!

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