Rs.3000 million worth of illegal assets in Sri Lanka belong to the Rajapaksa family with evidence

25/July/2016

 

The Medamulana bestial Rajapaksa regime during its barbarian tenure was able to illegally rob public money and properties worth Rs. 400 billion.

However the FCID was able to prove properties and money worth only Rs. 2870 million with evidences. 

The following is the brief details of the 2870 million worth of illegal properties of the bestial Rajapaksas the FCID was able to prove with evidence.

 

Investigation reviewed – Basil Rajapaksa

• Detail – no 28 A. Browns Hill Matara, a property of one acre, one rood, valued Rs. 56 million.

• Detail – no 111/3, Ganga bada Road, Mahawatta, Malwana, a coconut land of 16 acres and a modern house, valued Rs. 190 million.

• Detail – Oruthota Gampaha, one acre, two roods and 13.83 perches property, valued Rs. 150 million

 

 

Investigation reviewed - Yoshitha Rajapaksa

• Detail – Purchase a part of a land of 27.6 perch located at No. 173/2, Mihindu Mawatha Dehiwala (A large four story house built) valued Rs. 49.2 million (No assessment has been taken for the building)

• Detail – Siribopura forest (Hambanthota) deed number 4129, 0.05 large hectares (The property is under the CSN name) valued Rs. 1.6 million.

• Detail – Siribopura forest (Hambanthota) deed number 4130, 0.05 large hectares (The property is under the CSN name) valued Rs. 1.6 million.

• Detail – Siribopura forest (Hambanthota) deed number 4132, 0.051 large hectare (The property is under the CSN name) valued Rs. 1.6 million.

• Detail – OB vehicle (Mobile broadcast vehicle, CSN network) no. 236/01 Kobbekaduwa Mawatha, expenditure Rs. 80 million

• Detail – building of the CSN network at Battaramulla (This land was transferred by the urban development authority under a 33 year lease to the  1998 number 23 of the Rajapaksa Foundation valued Rs. 200 million (Has said the money was given by the Nawaloka company and a fake assessment report was submitted)

• Detail – All movable, immovable properties and the value of the frequency used for the broadcast of the Carlton Sports Network of No. 236/1, Denzil Kobbekaduwa Mawatha, Battaramulla, registered by the number PV 77114 at the company registrar’s office, valued for Rs. 235 million.
 
• Detail – The land and the building located at no 219/01A, Stanley Thilakarathna Mawatha, Nugegoda, certified under the deed no. 2285 by the attorney at law , notary public B.S.D.P. Perera, valued for Rs. 138 million.

 

Investigated reviewed - Namal Rajapaksa

• Detail – A valuable land named “Siribopura jungle” bought in 2013 February 2nd by deed no. 4107 located at the Hambantota district, in the Magampaththu divisional secretariat situated in the Saliyapura GS division, valued at Rs. 1.6 million.

• Detail – A valuable land by the name of “Siyambalagaha Koratuwas Siyambalawatta” bought on 11th August 2014 by deed no. 4133 located at the Hambantota district, in the eastern Girawapaththuwa divisional secretariat situated in the Mawadama GS division valued at Rs. two million.

• Detail – A valuable land named “Siribopura jungle” bought on 6th January 2014 bearing deed no. 4093 located at the Hambantota district, in the Magampaththu divisional secretariat situated in the Saliyapura GS division, valued at Rs. 1.7 million.

• Detail – A valuable land bought on 4th January 2014 located in the Siribopura bearing deed no. 4088 in the Hambantota district, in the Magampaththu divisional secretariat located in the Keliyapua GS division, valued at Rs. 2.4 million.

• Detail – A land situated in the Pennapitiya road bearing assessment number 29B in Hmbantota district bought on 2nd February 2014 bearing deed no. 13878 located in the south Girawapaththuwa in the in Tangalle divisional secretariat within the Tangalle city limits situated in Indipokuwela north GS division valued at Rs. 15 million.

• Detail – A valuable land located in “Siribopura jungle” bought on Jauary 6th 2014 bearing deed no. 4091 located at the Hambantota district, in the Magampaththu divisional secretariat situated in the Saliyapura GS division, valued at Rs. 1.7 million.

• Detail – A valuable land located in “Siribopura jungle” bought on 6th January 2014 bearing deed no. 40XX in the Hambantota district, located in the Magampaththu divisional secretariat situated in the Saliyapura GS division, valued at Rs. 1.7 million.

• Detail – A land situated in the Hambantota district bought on 13th June 2013 bearing deed no 13715 located in the north Girawapathtuwa Weeraketiya divisional secretariat worth Rs. 1.6 million.

• Detail – A land in Hmbantota district situated in Annapitiya Road situated in Uggaha Koratuwa or Kosgahawatta, bought on 13th June 2014 bearing deed no. 13714 located in the south Girawapaththuwa in the Tangalle divisional secretariat within the  Tangalle city limits situated in Indipokuwela north GS division valued at Rs. 400,000

• Detail – Deposited a sum of Rs. 16 million in the Pan Asia Bank Colombo 3 in the year 2013 and 2014.

• Detail – Deposited a sum of Rs. 24 million at Sampath Bank in 2013 and 2014.

• Detail – Invested a sum of Rs. six million at Vallible Finance in the year 2013-2014.

• Detail – Invested a sum of Rs. three million at Devot Limited in 2013 and 2014.

• Detail – invested a sum of Rs. 14 million in the stock market in 2013 and 2014.

• Detail – Bought “Hellocorp” in the year 2013 for a sum of Rs. 100 million.

• Detail – A sum of Rs. 157.5 million given to Namal Rajapaksa from the five million US dollar commission taken for the Shrangrila Hotel project, for the purchase of Shangol Day Hotel which was deposited in the “Amtrad Holding Private limited” account in the Pan Asia Bank has been suspended.

 

Investigated reviewed Champika Karunarathna alias Kappam Champika

Champika Karunarathna alias Kappam Champika is the person who collected extortion on behalf of Namal. On October 1st 2015 Lanka e News reported, a news captioned “How did Namal who had only MP’s salary income purchase Companies paying in billions..? Namal's extortion head, Kappam Champika exposed..!” 

• Detail – The calue of seven gold biscuits weighing 100g each and other gold materials – worth Rs. five million

The above does not include properties and assets bought, invested and deposited in foreign countries, the extortions quarterly took from mainstream businessmen’s in Sri Lanka, the illegal commissions acquired from government tenders and projects, the gold and other valuables seized from the LTTE, the arms confiscated from LTTE and sold to other countries and the gold robbed from museums and digging treasures by the bestial Rajapaksa family.