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Private jet to India : Where did it come from? – FSP raises concerns

COLOMBO (News 1st); Sri Lanka’s Frontline Socialists Party says that the private jet used by the Prime Minister to travel to India on pilgrimage recently has a flight history that is a cause for concern.“The T7 – JSG has a very interesting flight history,” said Pubudu Jagoda, the Academic Secretary of the FSP, and the flight path detailed by him is as follows.10th December 2021 : Arrives at the Katunayake Airport from India.10th December 2021 : Flies to Jomo Kenyatta International from Katunayake Airport.14th December 2021 : Travels to multiple locations in Kenya14th December 2021 : Flies to Bukoba Airport, Tanzania15th December 2021 : Flies to Kampala Airport (Entebbe International Airport) from Tanzania16th December 2021 : Arrives at

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COLOMBO (News 1st); Sri Lanka’s Frontline Socialists Party says that the private jet used by the Prime Minister to travel to India on pilgrimage recently has a flight history that is a cause for concern.“The T7 – JSG has a very interesting flight history,” said Pubudu Jagoda, the Academic Secretary of the FSP, and the flight path detailed by him is as follows.10th December 2021 : Arrives at the Katunayake Airport from India.10th December 2021 : Flies to Jomo Kenyatta International from Katunayake Airport.14th December 2021 : Travels to multiple locations in Kenya14th December 2021 : Flies to Bukoba Airport, Tanzania15th December 2021 : Flies to Kampala Airport (Entebbe International Airport) from Tanzania16th December 2021 : Arrives at
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