Arjuna Mehndran has left the country – MP
Posted on October 27th, 2016

UPFA Ratnapura District MP Ranjith de Zoysa claims that former Governor of the Central Bank Arjuna Mehndran has left the country today (27).

The MP informed Parliament that Mahendran, who has been accused over the controversial Central Bank bond issue, has left the country.

Zoysa quipped that a shark” escaped and that it was not caught by the Fisheries Minister’s net. 

The report prepared by the Committee on Public Enterprises (COPE) on the bond scam is to be presented to Parliament tomorrow (28). 

4 Responses to “Arjuna Mehndran has left the country – MP”

  1. Ananda-USA Says:

    And here is the EXODUS OF CROOKS, just as I had PREDICTED!

    Who else will follow in his footsteps in the coming days?

  2. Lorenzo Says:

    USA is correct. Many UNP MPs plan to leave SL within the next 3 years. They KNOW it is the END. But they are making enough money to spend their retirement in COMFORT in a WESTERN COUNTRY. That means hell of a lot of money PLUS the MP pension. They include DIGITAL, KARUNKAYA, HARSH, THAKBIR, V-ESI, HE-RAN, SUCK-KALA, OK-KALA, MARI-KAKKA. They did something like a VENTURE CAPITAL. Quick gains and exit.

    S***-AJITH, JOHN, RUN-NIL, GONZ, HORJUNA, P-AJITH and LICK don’t plan to escape.

    SLFP Maru Sira supporters are likely to stay back.

    Maru Sira will seek asylum in Tamil Elam.

  3. Sarath W Says:

    When the new government is formed, it should do what the Americans and the Israelis do. Put a bounty on the heads of those terrorists and crooks who left the country and get them alive or dead.

  4. Sooriarachi Says:

    Why are the UNP stalwarts so desperately trying to prevent Arjuna Mahendran being investigated? Do they have something to hide and as such fear Mahendran might spill the beans? I believe the loss to the Central Bank and the country from the two Bond issues under Mahendran were so huge, the country may not economically recover for decades to come and may have to depend on organisations like the IMF, unless these losses are recovered.

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