Wednesday, March 21, 2018

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A Person Was Arrested With Seven Grammes Of Heroin

Crimes Incestigations Division of
Matara Police have arrested a 43 year old person while transporting seven Grammes of Heroin in a Motorcyclist Car at Matara-Godagama entry of Southern Expressway last morning  (21)..

Police have taken to custody the Motor Car of the suspect as well.

The suspect who is a resident of Matara had involved in a trade of transporting Heroin from kadawatha via Southern Expressway and distributing it in Matara it has been revealed.

A Police Constable Was Shot And Injured At Kataragama

A Police Constable attached to the
Intelligence unit of Tangalle Police was shot and injured by an unidentified group of gunmen arrived in Three Wheeler at Kataragama area last morning (21).

The Injured Police Constable was admitted to the Kataragama District Hospital for treatment and  transferred to the Debarawewa hospital and later to Karapitiya Teaching Hospital for further treatment.

The gun shooting incident occurred while the Constable was  on the way to work it has been revealed.

However Police Media Spokesman SP Ruwan Gunasekare has told yesterday that the Gun shooting incident occurred due to a personal conflict. 

Fifty Three Tea Factories Identified As Mixing Sugar To Tea Powder

Fifty three Tea factories in the island
have been identified as illegally mixing sugar to Tea powder in aim of  increasing  weight of the Tea bags during an investigation held in this regard according to Minister Of Plantations Navin Dassanayake.

Minister has stated that he will hold talks with the Relevant Tea factory owners and advised theme to stop this action  and if they are not responding positively to this request a stern action will be taken against them .

There's a threat of growing fungus in Tea powder as a result of mixing Sugar to  it it has been revealed.

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A Mother And Her Daughter Were Killed Due To A Vehicle Collison

Image result for accidentA Mother and her Daughter were killed and Three others including a Three Wheeler Driver were critically injured and hospitalized after the Three Wheeler they were traveling in colliding with a parked vehicle near a road at Ambagahavila Junction in Mapalagama area last night(20).

The five critically injured persons including two girls,two females  and the Three Wheeler Driver were admitted to the Niyagama Rural Hospital and two females and two girls were later transferred to the Elpitiya Hospital where the Female and her daughter  had succumbed to their injuries .

Pitigala Police have arrested the driver of the Parked vehicle regarding the accident.

President Sirisena To Leave Pakistan Tomorrow(22)

Image result for president sirisenaPresident Maithripala Sirisena is due to leave Pakistan tomorrow(22) for a two day state visit as per an invitation extended by his Counterpart Pakistani President Mamnoon Hussain.

During his stay in Pakistan President Sirisena is due to participate the INDEPENDENCE DAY celebrations of Pakistan and hold bi lateral talks with Pakistan Government and scheduled to be signed few bilateral agreements between the two countries according to the Ministry Of Foreign Affairs.

President is due to return to the Island on 24th.

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Imprisoned Chief Suspects Of Central Bank Bond Scam Again Submitted A Revised Bail Application

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The lawyers representing the imprisoned chief suspects of the Central Bank Bond Scam Arjun Aloysius and Kasun Palisena of Perpetual Treasuries had  submitted a revised bail application behalf of their clients at Court Of Appeal today(21).

 The revised bail application was filed seeking revision of the Court Order issued by Colombo Fort Magistrate to remand the two suspects and the Court Order issued by Colombo Magistrate refusing to revise the remand order it has been reported.

A No Confidence Motion Against Prime Minister Ranil Wikramasinghe Was Handed Over To The Speaker By Joint Opposition

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A No confidence motion against Prime Minister Ranil Wikramasinghe signed by 55 MP's including 51 Joint Opposition MP's was handed over to the Speaker Karu Jayasuriya by the Joint Opposition MP's including former President Mahinda Rajapakshe this afternoon(21) at the Speaker's Office.

Besides the Joint Opposition MP's 04 MP's representing governing Sri Lanka Freedom Party including the State Minister T.B Ekanayake,Deputy Ministers Nishantha Muthuhettigama and Susantha Punchinilame and MP Karder Masthan were signed the no confidence motion.

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