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* Perpetual Treasuries Director Arjun Aloysius arrives at Presidential Commission for the fifth time
Mon, Sep 11, 2017, 12:55 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Sept 11, Colombo: Former Perpetual Treasuries Limited (PTL) Director Arjun Aloysius arrived at the Presidential Commission of Inquiry into the Treasury Bonds issue for the fifth time.

Aloysius, the son-in-Iaw of former Central Bank Governor Arjuna Mahendran was accompanied by his lawyer President's Council Gamini Marapana.

The Presidential Commission issued a notice to Arjun Aloysius to appear before the Commission to give a statement on the recovered telephone conversations which have revealed that Aloysius had received sensitive inside information related to the Central Bank Treasury bond auction in February 2015.

The original telephone conversations deleted from the communications system of the company have revealed that Arjun Aloysius had inside, confidential and price sensitive information from a 'friend from powerful places' ahead of February 27, 2015 Treasury bond deal.

These facts have been revealed through telephone conversations that have occurred between Arjun Aloysius and the PTL Chief Executive Officer Kasun Palisena.

 

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