An individual in the Hanwella location claimed to be an intermediator has actually lodged a problem with the Biyagama Authorities affirming that he had actually not been paid his assured charge after locating a marital relationship companion for the little girl of a State Priest.
The ‘Aruna’ paper had actually reported this event in its front web page today (12 ).
Nonetheless, ‘Sri Lanka Mirror’ discovers that the appropriate priest is State Priest – Nalaka Godahewa.
The ‘Aruna’ report additionally states:
The male had actually been educated to locate an ideal companion for the state priest’s dad in legislation that holds a setting at a manufacturing facility in the Katunayaka Financial Investment Area.
The intermediator had actually been summed to his workplace to review this and also the State priest’s dad in legislation had actually consented to the intermediator’s demand to supply him a home as his charge.
As an outcome of the intermediator’s initiatives, a suit was discovered and also the pair had actually obtained wed last November, after learning more about each various other for around a year.
The intermediator had actually informed ‘Aruna’ that he had not also been welcomed to the wedding celebration, which had actually been kept in a leading resort in Colombo with VVIPs consisting of the Head of state and also PM present.
Although a number of months have actually expired given that the wedding celebration, the intermediator states he had actually not been offered the assured home and also for that reason, been required to stay in a rented out location.
Nonetheless, an overall of Rs. 30,000 has actually been transferred to his account in Rs. 5,000 down payments, he states.
The intermediator states that he thinks that the State Priest might be uninformed that he was assured a home.
Although he had actually mosted likely to the Hanwella authorities to lodge a problem. he had actually been suggested by the authorities to lodge a problem at the Biyagama authorities rather.
As Necessary, he had actually lodged a problem (No – CIB 2/229/51) on Oct. 07.