The JVP leader said that Senadhipathi had also sought a meeting with him but he refused to meet him. (Colombo Gazette) The Government was this week accused of deceit in its probe on fraud and corruption, including in several high profile cases. Dissanayake said that even investigations into the Avant Garde floating armory has not progressed as far as one expected.He claimed that the chairman of Avant Garde, Nissanka Senadhipathi has met some members of the Government, raising suspicion of a hidden deal. A special cabinet meeting will be held on Avant Garde next week, President Maithripala Sirisena said today.When cabinet met yesterday the issue had been discussed and a special cabinet meeting will be held next week to discuss the issue in full. Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP) leader Anura Kumara Dissanayake, in an adjournment motion debate, told Parliament that the Government gave the impression to the public it was fighting corruption but was really doing the opposite.