Duruthu Edirimuni Chandrasekera, a journalist of Business Times of Sunday Times has been given almost daily Inside Information of decisions made in the SEC Commission and SEC Secretariat by the acting Director General and Director Market Development of SEC in the last one year. She has written as much as 39 articles in the last one year which created fear in the mind of the investors and are partly responsible for the market downtern.
The acting Director General of SEC got her to do a MBA under him, give high marks for her dissertation and got her to believe that there are government supporting wrongdoers every where in the Stock market.
The SEC Commission has further gone to the extent of activating a Research grants Project of 2008(Commission Paper 303/24) without any advertisement merely to pay Duruthu Edirimuni Rs 50,000 for the same dissertation on the recommendation paper of the acting DG. The so called research paper was supervised by the acting DG who charged himself Rs 25,000 and the evaluators were the anti-market development SEC cabal -Sanjay Kulatunga, Vajira Wijegoonawardene and Chandu Epitawala. The Bribery Commission will be notified soon to put the wrongdoers into jail.
The Commission members who were silent have decided to expose the anti- market development members. We attach here with Commission paper(Board paper) 303/24 of 12th July 2012 proving that anti market development journalists have infact been paid the SEC.
Further, the distorted minutes of the Dr PB Jayasundera's meeting with the SEC commissioners and the CSE board were available within one hour in Sunday Times Online and Duruthu's face book page when the minutes are confidential. Yesterday, she snubbed Dr P.B. Jayasundera "Tuesday’s meeting with Treasury Secretary Dr. P.B. Jayasundera and stock market stakeholders propped the market on Thursday but as many analysts predicted it was ‘short lived’".
The whole lot above are either anti-market Development activists or they are just frustrated and gone insane................. Commission papers have enough facts to put them in jail and will be circulated if necessary. Refer SEC Commission Paper No. 303/24 which is available for viewing.