Monday, September 29, 2014

A Female Officer Has Found Guilty Of Fraudulently Taking Rs.1.8 Million As Vehicle And Fuel Allowances

The Ministry Of Health has instructed the Chairman of Sri Lanka Thriposha Limited to deduct the Rs.1.8 million   fraudulently taken as Vehicle and Fuel Allowances  by a female officer  attach to the Thriposha Limited from her monthly salary in installments .The said female officer who is the Secretary  of Board Of Directors and Senior Human Resources/Legal Manager of the Thriposha Limited had taken Rs.1.8 million as both vehicle and fuel allowances during three year period from 2011 to 2014 it has been revealed.

The initial inquiry  carried out by the Senior Assistant Secretary of Special Investigations Unit of  the Health Ministry Mr.P.P.S.R De Silva has revealed that the said female officer had taken these allowances as well as a vehicle from the Thriposha Limited to travel  from Office to home and vise verse although she is not entitled to  these privileges.

Meanwhile although the Health Ministry has instructed the Thriposa authorities to deduct this fraudulent earnings from the  monthly salary of the said female officer the authorities are still not  taken any step to implement it, the workers attach to the Thriposha Limited have said.          



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