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Indian businessman sent private jet for PM Rajapaksa, says SLPP MP

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COLOMBO (News 1st); Ruling party (Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna) Parliamentarian Milan Jayathilake on Thursday (30) said that a powerful businessman in India had sent his private jet to Sri Lanka for the country’s Prime Minister to travel to Tirupati.“The jet was sent for a personal matter and the cost was borne by that Indian businessman,” he said.The MP also snapped at the JVP for attempting to label the private jet as the property of the Prime Minister.JVPs Wasantha Samarasinghe on Wednesday (29), slammed the Prime Minister for undertaking a visit to Tirupati at a cost of USD 32 Million using a private jet, while the people in the country struggling to survive.He said the government that says it is not in possession of US Dollars to.

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