Arjun Aloysius says he doesn't want to testify before Bond Commission

14 September 2017 - 113   - 0

Owner of Perpetual Treasuries Limited, Arjun Aloysius today informed Commission of Inquiry that investigates treasury bonds through his lawyers that he is not willng to testified before the Commission. 

The Commission yesterday made an order saying that it can't compel Mr Aloysius to testified before the Commission even though significant amount of documents produced implicated Perpetual Treasuries as major dealer in all transactions. 

Acting Solicitor General objected to the order and the decision by Mr Aloysius not to appear before Commission but informed he will consult with the Attorney General (AG) department. 

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