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Mahindananda’s case fixed for July 4

The case filed against Kandy District MP Mahindananda Aluthgamage for the alleged criminal breach of trust of Rs. 3.9 million funds belonging to the trade union, Sri Lanka Nidahas Kamkaru Congress, was fixed for June 4 by the Colombo High Court.

High Court Judge Dhammika Ganepola on Tuesday fixed the matter for a calling date since the permanent High Court judge who heard this case was on official leave.

The Attorney General alleged that former Sports Minister Aluthgamage has committed a criminal breach of trust with regard to Rs. 3.9 million belonging to the Sri Lanka Nidahas Kamkaru Congress between October 2012 and April 2013.

The Attorney General charged that the accused had committed punishable offences under Sections 388 and 389 of the Penal Code; the AG listed 13 persons as witnesses in the case, and named eight documents as production items.

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