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Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Trouble at the Ceylon Electricity Board renewed following the resignation of its chairman Anura Wijepala recently. As usual, fingers continue to be pointed at each other. Some suggest that his resignation was influenced by the CEB engineers’ union, subject minister Ranjith Siyambalapitiya and ministry secretary Dr. Suren Batagoda. He had resigned reportedly after being told to bring the CEB’s internal audit division, which functioned under the chairman and the board of directors, under the general manager. That issue had been brewing for some time and the chairman resigned after a deadline was given for the handover.