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FCID probes 26 complaints

The Sri Lanka Police Financial Crime Investigation Division (FCID) has prioritised investigating 26 complaints it had received, as of yesterday. Another four cases are now under court inquiry. Fifty-two cases have been listed for investigations, according to Police Spokesman ASP Ruwan Gunasekara. The FCID has recorded statements from the relevant officials in 13 cases.

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Basil's hour of reckoning

Former Economic Development Minister Basil Rajapaksa, who was arrested by the Financial Criminal Investigations Division of the Sri Lanka Police(FCID), is now admitted to Ward No. 15 of the Merchants' Ward of the Colombo National Hospital. He is remanded till May 5.

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Duped, deceived and defrauded

52 complaints of financial frauds under investigation:

Who took the money? is a question frequently asked these days by many. Each day different personalities become suspects and get questioned by the investigators. The list of financial frauds coming under scrutiny is getting larger. Never in the history Sri Lanka has seen such a drama created by a list of fraudulent financial transactions making the newly established Financial Criminal Investigations Division of the Police the busiest office in the country.

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