SIM cards, mobile phones found in prison ward of Arjun Aloysius

Mobile SIM cards and mobile phones have been found in the prison ward of Perpetual Treasuries Limited (PTL) owner Arjun Aloysius.

The Attorney General’s Department informed the Colombo Fort Magistrate’s Court that five SIM cards and three mobile phones were found in the ward.

According to the Attorney General’s Department, one mobile phone was found under the mattress used by Aloysius.

Arjun Aloysius is in remand over the Central Bank treasury bond scam.

Aloysius and the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Perpetual Treasuries Limited, Kasun Palisena were further remanded until July 19 when the case was heard today. (Colombo Gazette)

3 Comments for “SIM cards, mobile phones found in prison ward of Arjun Aloysius”

  1. David Milli-banda

    How many unfound ones there must be…..

    AG & Prisons Officials feed punnakku to the masses and the Courts.

  2. Ed

    These inside traders and fraudsters have done enough damage to the whole population in Sri lanka. The people of this country are been deprived from all government operations. Due to the fraud most of the government business earnings were on stand still. We ask the AG to keep these two suspects in prison UNTIL ARJUNA MAHENDREN IS BROUGHT BACK TO SRI LANKA TO FACE THE TRIAL. Meanwhile all family members travel documents to be handed over to the court and travel ban imposed all accounts belonging to the family members and the relatives assets to be frozen until the case is over.

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