Friday, December 9, 2016




Police Arrested A Bus Driver Who Had Stolen 23 Gold chains

Police have arrsted a 38 year old Private Bus Driver
living in Maththegoda area who had stolen 23 Gold Chains at alhena in Maharagama (Colombo).

The suspect had morgaged the  23 stolen Gold Chains to a pawn center according to the Police.

Southern Provincial Council 's Agriculture Minister To Resign From His Post Following The Budget Defeat

Agriculture Minister attached to Southern Provincial
Council U.G.D Ariyathilake has decided to resign from his  post next week  folowing the defeat of his Ministry's budget yesterday (09).

The Minister has accused that opposition MP's along with few MP's belonging to United National Party are behind the defeat of his Ministry' s budget.


Police Have Arrested A Three Wheeler Driver And His Assistant For Robbing Houses

Kahathuduwa Police have arrested a Three Wheeler
driver and his assistant who had been involved in several burglaries of houses at Maharagama and Kahathuduwa areas(Colombo).

A Three Wheeler which the suspects have used for burglaries too taken in to custody by the Police.

Police have recovered stocks of gems,jewelry ,mobile phones and cameras given to a pawn center by the suspects it has been reported.

Five warrents had issued against the two suspects by Gangodawila Magistrate Court previously according to the Police.

Five Complaints On Fraud And Corruption Of Northern Provincial Council Ministers Received So Far-Provincial Chief Minister

Five complaints had been received so far on  fraud
and corruption activities of few Northern Provincial Council Ministers  to the three member committee appointed to inquire on fraud and corruption according to the chief minister of Northern Province C.V Vigneshwaren.

A three member committee comprising of two retired judges and a district secretary had appointed to inquire on fraud and corruption of Northern Privuncial Council"s cabinet ministers and the departments and institutes attached to them.

Haul Of Cocaine Recovered From A Ship In Colombo Worth Rs.12 Billion--Police

The haul of Cocaine recovered from a foreign ship
docked at Colombo Port today (09) is worth around Rs.12 billion according to the Police.

Police Narcotics Bureau (PNB)officials had recovered over 800 Kilo Grammes of Cocaine from a ship arrived in Colombo Port from Ecuador heading towards India which transporting timber.This is the largest haul of Cocaine recovered in South Asia it has been revealed.

PNB officials inspected the ship as per a court order received based on a tip off.

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A Five Year Old Child Was Killed And Two Others Injured Due To A Road Accident

accident සඳහා පින්තුර ප්‍රතිඵලA five year old child was killed and two others injured and hospitalized due to a Motor Cycle they were traveling in met with an accident on  Kataragama-Buttala Road according to the Police.

The critically injured child and two others were admitted to the Buttala Hospital for treatment and the child had succumbed to injuries after admission it has been reported.

The two other injured persons had been transferred to Monaragala Base Hospital for further treatment.


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Negambo Magistrate Court Has Further Remanded The 19 Protestors Arrested During Private Bus/Three Wheeler Strike

court order සඳහා පින්තුර ප්‍රතිඵලNegambo Magistrate Court has today(09) further remanded the 19 persons including Three Wheeler Drivers who had protested last Friday(02) by blocking the Negambo-Galkanda Railway crossing during the private Bus/Three Wheeler strike launched that day ,until 16th of December.

All 19 suspects had been produced before the Negambo Magistrate Court today.

Police have arrested the protestors as they protested by violating the court order issued against the protest and filed a court case against them on charges of damaging the public property,defamed the court ,unlawful gathering and interrupting  police activities .

A Person Was Arrested With A Stock Of 150,000 Illegally Imported Cigarettes At Alawathugoda

illeagal cigarettes සඳහා පින්තුර ප්‍රතිඵලAlawathugoda Police have arrested a person transporting around 150,000 illegally imported cigarettes  through a luxury motor car at Alawathugoda area(Central Province) today(09).

The value of the stock of illegal cigarettes transported through the motor car is around Rs.7.5 million according to the Police.

The suspect is a Resident of Matale District and he is due to be produced before the Kandy Magistrate Court.


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Health Minister Proposed A System On Air Lifting Accident Victims To Hospitals

airlifting accident victims සඳහා පින්තුර ප්‍රතිඵලMinister Of Health,Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine Dr.Rajitha Senaratne has stated today(09) that he proposed the Economic Stability Committee headed by Prime Minister Ranil Wikramasinghe  to adapt a system implemented in Germany on Airlifting Accident victims to Hospitals .

"Even President Maithripala Sirisena had informed me to implement a system like this in Sri Lanka as it is the best kind of system suited here due to heavy traffic congestion  prevailing  in most of our  main roads" Minister has stressed.

Addressing a ceremony held at Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall(BMICH) to launch "A National Policy on Accident and Emergency Treatment" Minister Dr.Senaratne has stated that the lives of thousands of Accident Victims can be saved  by transporting them to the Hospital during the first hour after an accident occurred known as the "Golden Hour".

Through increasing the road accident fines and other measures taken to minimize the road accidents the Health Ministry and the Government expecting to reduce the road accidents in Sri Lanka by 30% he has stressed.

Meanwhile according to the Ministry of Health ,Rs.7748 million allocated to build new accident services in 28 government hospitals.

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