Newsfirst.lk has reported various irregularities surrounding this failed project.
That includes the formation of a company by the name Rama to obtain transmission frequencies.
Subject minister Harin Fernando had been saying that not a cent of taxpayers’ money had gone to fund the project.
However, Rs. 450,000 had been spent for the project launch that took place at Temple Trees.
Also, a private company was paid Rs. 2,830,500 to produce videos in the Sinhala and Tamil languages, and Rs. 3.5 million spent on three documentaries.
A further Rs. 934,065 was spent on a video on ICTA, while a Rs. 2,157.973.20 payment was made to a private firm for coordinating the function.