A court in Sri Lanka has ordered the former governor of the country’s central bank to report to police who are investigating fraud during his tenure, local media reported.
Lanka Jayaratne, a magistrate at Colombo Fort, issued an order on February 1 saying that Arjuna Mahendran, who was the governor of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka from January 2015 to June 2016, must report to police within 14 days. Mahendran’s son-in-law, Arjun Aloysius, was arrested by Sri Lankan police on February 4 in conne
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