Water Board accountant sentenced to 37 years RI for stealing Rs. 12 mn
Posted on April 2nd, 2019

Courtesy The Island

A former accountant of the Keleniya Office of the National Water Supply and Drainage Board (NWSDB) , Ananda Mabola, was sentenced by Colombo High Court judge Gihan Kulatunga, yesterday, to 37 years rigorous imprisonment for financial irregularities. Mabola was also ordered to pay the NWSDB Rs. 13 million as compensation and Rs. 4 million as fines.

Kulatunga said that if Mabola failed to pay the fine, he would face an additional 23-year jail term.

The case will be called again on May 31 so that Mabola can pay the fine and compensation.

Mabola has embezzled Rs. 12 million, within 12 months (in 2005) by forging the signature of the Manager of the Keleniya Office the NWSDB.

One Response to “Water Board accountant sentenced to 37 years RI for stealing Rs. 12 mn”

  1. Hiranthe Says:

    He may be already 50+

    He will say good bye to planet earth before he ends his Initial 37y punishment.

    Nobody will pay this Rs 13m in such a situation.

    How clever is the Judge!! Mother Lanka lost the opportunity of recovering the loss made by this man to the state.

    Don’t know if this judge has passed maths in GCE OL at least.

    Yet, he is called “Hamuduruwo”

    What a funny world!!

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