Indian who complained against Mahanama, other receives death threats
Posted on May 9th, 2018

By Rathindra Kuruwita Courtesy The Island

The Indian investor who complained that President Maithripala Sirisena’s Chief of Staff, I. K. Mahanama and Chairman of State Timber Corporation P. Dissanayake, had allegedly taken a bribe from him, has informed the Cinnamon Gardens Police that he has been receiving death threats.

On Tuesday morning, an unidentified person visited the Indian businessman’s office, in Colombo 07, and gave his receptionist a two-page letter, threatening him with death. The man also threatened the receptionist.

“The letter has been handed over to the Cinnamon Gardens Police,” the Police Media Unit said.

Executive Director of Campaign for Free and Fair Elections (CaFFE) Executive Director, Keerthi Tennakoon said the Board of Investment and ministries, established for investment promotion, had done nothing to ensure the Indian’s safety. “There is no one to look after investors. They are harassed by politicians and officials alike. How can we promote investment? SSP Priyantha Chandrasiri, Director of the Investigation Division of the Commission to Investigate Allegations of Bribery or Corruption said that they were continuing with their investigations and they had a strong case against Mahanama and Dissanayake.

One Response to “Indian who complained against Mahanama, other receives death threats”

  1. Christie Says:

    This Indian Parasite cannot be labelled as a foreign investor.

    He has been here making money from our economy since 1994.

    Now he comes back as a foreign investor with the money he made from us like other Indian Colonial Parasites.

    He should be charged for giving bribes.

    He should be remanded for his own safety.

    Dear CaFFE who is this Indian Parasite?

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