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Top 10 Richest Politicians of Sri Lanka.  (according to the Forbes)






10)Mr. A.L.M Athaullah. ($810,000)  (125,809,200 LKR)
Ahamad Lebbe Athaullah is the representative of Ampara for the United People's Alliance. He is also a member of Parliament Sri Lanka. He was the minister of  Water supply and Drainage.




9) Mr.Ranil Wickremesinghe. ($860,000) (133,575,200 LKR)
  Ranil Wickremesinghe is the Sri Lankan Prime minister, since 9th January 2015. Also he is the Leader of United National Party since 1994. He is a member of Parliament for Colombo district since 1977.



8)Mr. A.H.M. Fowzie ($1.1 Million) (168,652,000 LKR)


Abdul Hameed Mohomad Fowzie is a government minister and a member of parliament in Sri Lanka










7)Mr. Anura Kumara Dissanayaka ($1.3 million) (199,316,000 LKR)



Dissanayaka Mudiyanselage Anura Kumara Dissanayaka is the leader of Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna. Also he is a member of parliament.









6)Mrs. Chandrika Kumaratunga ($1.4 million)  (214,648,000 LKR)


Chandrika Kumaratunga Bandar…
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70 Companies 7 Industry Sectors Sri Lanka's Largest ConglomerateJohn Keels Holdings PLC
             JKH  is Sri Lanka’s largest listed conglomerate in the Colombo Stock Exchange. From managing the largest number of hotel rooms in Sri Lanka to owning the largest private-sector-owned transportation business in the country, providing port and marine fuel services to IT solutions, manufacturing of food and beverages to running a chain of supermarkets, tea broking to stock broking, banking to real estate, JKH has made its presence felt in virtually every major sphere of the economy. It began as a produce and exchange broker in the early 1870s.

JKH origins lie in a produce and exchange broking business founded by two Englishmen, Edwin and George John, in Colombo, Ceylon, in the early 1870s. “E. John & Co.” was one of a handful of broking companies that helped build tea production and export into the mainstay of the colonial Ceylonese economy.  The Chairmen / CEO of the John Keels H…
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50 th Bentley Mulsanne hallmark is now in Sri lanka

The Richest businessmen of Sri Lanka has bought an all new Bentley Mulsanne hallmark. It will be the first and last time that south Asian man purchased a Mulsanne, because Bentley is going to manufacture only 50 cars of this particular model.


He has spent arround 1,600,000,000/= with taxes for this car. When taking the price of the car, its equivalent to 3 Benz s classes and 14 Toyota Cmries. The car, the single most expensive sedan in the world, is inspired by precious metals and luxurious materials used by renowned master jewellers.

So, the 50 th handcrafted Bentley Mulsanne hallmark is now in Sri Lanka.