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Black listed company imported substandard diesel – Susil Premajayanthe

Minister of Petroleum Industries Susil Premajayantha states that the substandard diesel was imported by a black listed company and the import was approved by the former Chairman of Ceylon Petroleum Corporation.

According to Minister Susil Premajayanthe former CPC Chairman had given the license to the blacklisted company to continue importing fuel to the country.

The Minister also said that vehicles that are experiencing engine malfunctions are those that have used diesel imported by the blacklisted company.

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-1 #9 2012-08-03 12:08
Quoting len:
This is the proof that West will try any underhand method to destroy the Sri Lankan economy now they are in to contaminating diesel shipments.I would go as far as to say it's not blacklisted company more a white-listed company is involved.

Quoting len:
This is the proof that West will try any underhand method to destroy the Sri Lankan economy now they are in to contaminating diesel shipments.I would go as far as to say it's not blacklisted company more a white-listed company is involved.

This above crespondent must be living in cuckoo land. What the heck has western countries got to do with local crooks coniving with crooks who are members of a black listed company taking the Tax payers for a ride. Blaming western countries for all our ills seems to an ideal scape goat for ignorent fools like this Len
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+1 #8 2012-08-03 11:00
The minister ultimately approves the tender..so he should be responsible, knowing that he authorized a blacklisted company to supply this fuel..this minister and the entire nation is in denial of whats happening in the country
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+1 #7 2012-08-03 04:45
Former Chairman.. come forward and fight back !!! Funny thing is nobody including Minister or the present Chairman or any employee realized that there was a deal with a blacklisted company importing and buying them into CPC and paying for inferior product until the end users got stuck. Another wonder added to the list of 'WONDERLAND". Flw is for the media: NEST TIME HAVE A LIST OF EXCUSES PRINTED FOR MINISTERS TO TICK OFF WHEN THINGS GO WRONG AND CAN INCLUDE THIS ONE AS WELL." PAST CHAIRMAN f...ED UP!!!"
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+1 #6 2012-08-03 01:59
Haven't you got any shame,Mr Minister. How many times do we have to hear these cock and bull stories when the country is at a standstill. If you have just 1 thread of shame, just take the responsibility and resign... the country has has enough of the chintanaya ( for the crooks only !!)
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0 #5 2012-08-02 19:50
moo amu horek! dan thattu 3 gedarak gahanawa,every CPC shed...7M,horek! amulika,muna balala boru kiyana horek!
prem chinthanaya?....RS.bundle bundle!
hema shipment ekata "cut" gannawa!
dengu maduruwan hodai,mun diha balanakota!
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+7 #4 2012-08-02 17:25
This Minister has the audacity to proclaim that a former chairman of the CPC was responsible for authorising the contaminated import of Petroleum products from a black listed company.What action did the Minister take against the perpetrators of this crooked deal.Was he sleeping.? This Minister and the Chairman should be kicked out forthwith and brought before a court of law and charged for maladministrati on.and possible corruption.
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-6 #3 2012-08-02 17:15
This is the proof that West will try any underhand method to destroy the Sri Lankan economy now they are in to contaminating diesel shipments.I would go as far as to say it's not blacklisted company more a white-listed company is involved.
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+6 #2 2012-08-02 13:31
Former Chairman of CPC was appointed by whom? Still, Susil was the Minister during that time too. What actions would be taken against those responsible for this huge loss which was done purely to get huge commissions.
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+5 #1 2012-08-02 13:21
Chairman should be a scapegoat like last time. Who was the real culprit behind on both occasions? What were the actions taken against him? Above all, big shots in all corporations are your relatives!
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