Ranjan Ramanayake Says He Has Recordings Of Six Telephone Conversations Between Him And MR: Says No Recordings Involving President

Parliamentarian Ranjan Ramanayake said he had audio recordings of six telephone conversations between him and Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa.

Speaking in Parliament, Ramanayake made a special statement about the "leaked" phone recordings which have sparked a major controversy.

However, Ramanayake admitted that he did not have any conversation with President Gotabhaya Rajapaksa.

Ramanayake welcomed the Prime Minister's statement to appoint a Commission to probe the leaked phone recordings.

He said he would gladly testify before the commission and present his files.

Ramanayake also added that a private TV station was responsible for the leaked phone recordings and apologized to everyone inconvenienced by the developments.

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