Wednesday, January 27, 2016


Batticloe Magistrate Has Further Remanded The Former Chief Minister Of Eastern Province Pillayan

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Pillayan has been arrested by the Criminal Investigation Department(CID) on 11th of October when he arrived there  to give a  statement regarding the murder of late politician josef pararajasingham.


Three Police OIC'S Have Been Transferred With Immediate Effect

Image result for transfersThree Officers In Charge(OIC) of Police Stations including the OIC of Kotadeniyawa(In Western Province) who was responsible for arresting two persons wrongfully regarding the  rape and murder of five year old seya sadewmini have been transferred with immediate effect according to the Department Of Police.

Accordingly the OIC of Kotadeniyawa Police has been transferred to Kegalle Police ,The OIC Of Welioya Police has been transferred to Kotadeniyawa Police and the Superintendent Of Polonnaruwa Police Division has been transferred as new OIC of Welioya Police.

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Special Task Force Personal Deployed At Homagama Magistrate Court To Prevent Any Threat

The Special Task Force Personal have been deployed at the Homagama Magistrate Court Premises since yesterday(27) morning to prevent any threat to the court activities it has been reported.

The security of the Homagama Magistrate Court is in  question since last Tuesday Evening  after the tense situation occurred near Court Premises due to a group of Protesters mainly Buddhist Monks have acted violently against the imprisonment of Galagodaaththe Gnanasara Thero.


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Minister Of Health Has Instructed The Authorities To Suggest Ways To Reduce The Escalating Prices Of Medicinal Drugs

The Minister Of Health,Nutrition And Indigenous Medicine Dr.Rajitha Senaratne has instructed the Health Authorities to suggest the ways to reduce the escalating prices of Medicinal Drugs in the local market  with immediate effect.

The Daily "Divaina" Newspaper published in Sri Lanka has revealed through a front page  news item  recently  quoted by Government Doctors that prices of many essential anti biotic drugs in the local market have  been increased by 200 -300% during the period from last July to January this year (2016).The main causes behind this price increase are none registering of new drugs at Independent Drug Regulatory Authority since last July and the escalation  of the value of Sri Lankan Rupee against US Dollar according to the Doctors.

The Health Minister has said Drug Companies supplying medicinal drugs to Sri Lanka have already agreed to reduce the prices of Imported Drugs up to 85% and it will become to effect after the making of regulations to implement a price mechanism for drugs under the National Drug Policy.

Embilipitiya Magistrate Has Ordered The CID To Arrest And Produce Former ASP And HQI Of Embilipitiya Police Before The Court

The Embilipitiya Magistrate has today(27) ordered the Criminal Investigation Department(CID) to  arrest and produce suspects responsible for the clash in Embilipitiya including former Assistant Superintendent Of Police(ASP) and Headquarters Inspector(HQI) with immediate effect. 

The Magistrate has ordered to arrest and produce Former Embilipitiya ASP and HQI before court and other suspects of the Embilipitiya Clash for an identification parade  in connection with the clash occurred at a house in Embilipitiya on 04th of January between the  residents and some police officers which killed one youth .

The Report of the Investigation carried out  over the incident has been handed over to the CID last week per instructions of Attorney General .

Three Civilians and Four Policemen have been injured and hospitalized due to the clash occurred at a house in Embilipitiya on 04th of January and one youth has died after  falling to the ground from an up stair of the house.


Five Member Committee Appointed To Investigate On Alleged Kidney Transplant Racket Scheduled To Be Submitted The Investigation Report During Next Two Weeks

Image result for kidney racketThe five member committee appointed to investigate on alleged illegal Kidney Transplant Racket operated between Sri Lanka and India is due to submit it's investigation report during next two weeks according to Ministry Sources.

The Five Member Committee chaired by Deputy Director General Of Health Services(Dental Services) Dr.Jayasundara Bandara had already begun investigations on the alleged kidney transplant racket by visiting four colombo based private hospitals identified as perform these transplant surgeries.

The Director General Of Health Services Dr.Palitha Mahipala has appointed the five member committee to probe on the kidney racket on last Saturday (23) per the instructions of Minister Of Health,Nutrition And Indigenous Medicine Dr.Rajitha Senaratne.

Homagama Magistrate Has Ordered The Police To Arrest And Produce The Protesters Who Have Acted Violently At Court Premises Yesterday(26)

court order සඳහා පින්තුර ප්‍රතිඵලThe Homagama Magistrate has today(27) ordered the Homagama Police to arrest and produce the protesters mainly Buddhist Monks  who have protested near the Court Premises and created a tense situation out there yesterday(26) over the imprisonment of Galagodaaththe Gnanasara Thero.

Around 200 protesters mainly Buddhist Monks had gathered outside the Homagama Magistrate Court yesterday evening to protest over the arrest and imprisonment of Gnanasara Thero who was arrested for  contempt of  court.

The Buddhist Monks representing Bodu Bala Sena,Sinhala Ravaya and Ravana Balaya Organizations had blocked the road near court premises to prevent the prison bus carrying Gnanasara Thero leaving the court premises.

After imprisonment  Gnanasara Thero has been transferred to Prison Hospital in Welikada from the Prison.


79 Corona Positives Had Been Discharged From Hospitals Today (02)

A total of 79 Corona positives had been discharged today (02) from Hospitals after full recovery it has been reported . Accordingly th...