COPE Chairman enquired what amount “Cricket Aid” had spent for charity purposes as it had been established for purposes such as helping kidney patients.
Even though Secretary Mohan De Silva said it had supported deaf and blind associations, the SLC officials failed to provide any statistics.
It was revealed that “Cricket Aid” manager Upali Seneviratne had drawn Rs. 3.9 million as salaries for two years whereas it had spent only Rs. 2.4 million for charity.