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Large frauds are taking place & are going unnoticed, alleges Handunnetti

COLOMBO (News 1st); Large frauds are now being undermined and are taking place in a clandestine manner, said JVPs Sunil Handunnetti.“It can be stated the the nano nitrogen fertilizer that was imported to the country at haste, was done in violation of the cabinet paper in question,” said Handunnetti.Stating that the local agent of the Indian company, which is a private company, has transferred the payment approved by the Treasury through People’s bank, Handunetti said that if this importation was done as a transaction between two Governments, it should be done through a State company.Stating that JVP MP Vijita Herath revealed at the Parliament that state fertilizer companies were not involved in the transaction, Handunetti said that the

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COLOMBO (News 1st); Large frauds are now being undermined and are taking place in a clandestine manner, said JVPs Sunil Handunnetti.“It can be stated the the nano nitrogen fertilizer that was imported to the country at haste, was done in violation of the cabinet paper in question,” said Handunnetti.Stating that the local agent of the Indian company, which is a private company, has transferred the payment approved by the Treasury through People’s bank, Handunetti said that if this importation was done as a transaction between two Governments, it should be done through a State company.Stating that JVP MP Vijita Herath revealed at the Parliament that state fertilizer companies were not involved in the transaction, Handunetti said that the
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