Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) has been summoned before the Committee on Public Enterprises (COPE) once again, tomorrow (06).
SLC was summoned before COPE on February 11, but the meeting had to be suspended due to the unpreparedness of the administration’s officials.
They were thereafter given a time period of one month, before being summoned before COPE once again.
The committee chaired by member of Parliament, Professor Charitha Herath has summoned four state institutions to appear before it in April.
Accordingly, apart from SLC, the National Livestock Development Board (NLDB) has been issued summons to appear before the committee on Wednesday (07).
The Sri Lanka Football Federation will report to COPE on the 20th of April.
COPE will also convene on April 23 to inquire into past irregularities in the Sri Lanka National Film Corporation. (Colombo Gazette)