The CID is investigating a complaint against these wrongdoings filed by a member of the ACBC.
Today’s demonstration against Sumathipala will be carried out by a group styled as the organization to protect the ACBC, led by its ex-president Sudath Devapura.
Speaking to us, Devapura especially noted that the accounts of the ACBC had not been approved at the last general meeting.
A promise to rectify the accounts and to convene a special meeting to obtain approval was yet to be done, according to him.
Devapura also said discussions were held with the Buddha Sasana minister with regard to a letter sent by a member of his group that points out irregularities in the ACBC.
These matters will be raised with the president, prime minister and the speaker as well, he said.
The ex-president also accused the incumbent of getting his personal needs fulfilling by showing to the World Buddhist Congress a book of evidence compiled against religious conversions.
Lawyer Jayatilake Dissanayake, a member of the commission that prepared the report described it as a useless one, he said.