Wednesday, October 31, 2018



Attorney General Has Informed The Speaker Of His Inability To Express Legal Validity Of Recent Change In Premier Post

Attorney General Jayantha Jayasuriya
has informed the Speaker Karu Jayasuriya through a letter that due to the role of Attorney General it is not suitable to express his opinion on the legal validity of the recent changes of Prime minister 's post and the government .

Speaker Jayasuriya has earlier requested the Attorney General to express his opinion on the legal validity of changes in Prime minister's post and the government recently . 

Speaker Met IGP For A Discussion

Speaker Karu Jayasuriya Had met the
Inspector General Of Police (IGP)Pujith Jayasundara this evening  (31)at the Parliamentary complex and discussed on the security situation of the country according to sources.

Speaker has invited the IGP to the Parliamentary  complex for the discussion and before going there IGP Has met newly appointed Premier Mahinda Rajapakshe and informed him on the meeting it has been revealed.

National Police Commission Has Suspended Transfers Of 53 Police Officers Ordered By IGP Without Commission's Approval

National Police Commission has today
(31)suspended the transfers  of 53 Assistant Superintendent of Police(ASP) and Superintendents of Police (SP)ordered by Inspector General Of Police (IGP)Pujith Jayasundara without getting pror approval of the Commission.

These transfers are scheduled to be implemented with effect from tomorrow (01) for a month period on temporary basis it has been revealed.

IGP Jayasundara had submitted the list of transfered ASP's and SP's to the Police Commission after ordered the transfers it has been revealed.




Speaker Expressed Confidence To Foreign Ambassadors On Finding A Solotion For The Current Crisis According To Constitution

Speaker Karu Jayasuriya Had today
(31)expressed his confidence to  four Foreign Ambassadors and the permanant representative of the United Nations in Sri Lanka Hana Singer that a solution for the current political crisis can be found democratically according to the Constitution .

The Speaker had made this remark during a meeting held with United Nations permanant representative to Sri Lanka Hana Singer,and Ambassadors of Britain ,European Union ,Canada and Germany at the Parliamentary complex in Colombo this evening .

During the meeting the Foreign representatives had sympathised the Constitutional crisis occurred in Sri Lanka at present and say the country will face unfavorable consequences as a result .

Speaker had requested the Foreign delegates not to take any immediate action at state level against Sri Lanka due to the current crisis.

Group Of University Students Marched Towards University Grants Commission Building And Broken The Gates

A Group of University Students
attached to South Eastern and Rajarata Universities who had marched towards University Grants Commission  (UGC)in Ward Place from Colombo Fort this evening (31)have broken the locks of UGC Gate and entered into premises forcibly it has been reported.

The group of students launched the protest march by demanding solutions for their academic problems in two universities had protested Infront of UGC and left the premises without funding any solution.

Security around UGC Building has tightened as a result of the Protest.

Lotus Road and Ward Place had been closed for hours due to the Protest march and heavy traffic had been reported in roads upto town hall as a result. 


Two Persons Entered Temple Trees Had Caused A Tense Situition

A tense situation had  occurred at the Prime Minister's official residence "Temple Trees " in Colombo today  (31) after two persons introducing  them as State officers attached to the Prime Minister's office occupied by newly appointed Premier Mahinda Rajapakshe enters the Temple Trees and failed to prove their identity it has been reported .

Due to this United National Party members in Temple Trees premises had opposed the presence of the two.persons and Premier Ranil  Wikramasinghe 's security officers had intervened and eased the situation according to sources.

Meanwhile S.Amarasekare the Secretary of the Newly appointed Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapakshe  has said the two persons had gone  to Temple Trees to maintain the statistics of the goods in Temple Trees .He has lodged a complaint  to Inspector General. Of Police over  the incident. 

President Informed The Speaker That He Will Consider Convening Of Parliament And Inform

President Maithripala Sirisena has
informed the speaker Karu Jayasuriya that he will consider the speaker's request to convene Parliament soon and inform his stand on it shortly.

President has told this during a meeting held with Speaker Jayasuriya at Presidential Secretariet this evening  (31).

Speaker had met the President Sirisen a this evening to request him to convene the parliament soon as per the requests made party leaders during yesterday's party leaders meeting.

During the meeting which lasted little more than one hour  President has listned to the facts revealed by the speaker regarding convening the Parliament it has been reported.



Lotus Road In Colombo Has Been Closed Due To A University Students Protest

The Entry road to Galle Face Road had
been closed down temporarily from Bank Road in Colombo Fort and Lotus Road due to a protest march of Inter University Students Federation (IUSF)it has been reported.

Due to the closure a heavy traffic has been reported in surrounding roads and Motorists are to be used an alternative roads as a result .

A Person Was Injured After A Container Truck Transporting Vehicles Colliding With A Fence

A Lorry assistant had been injured and
hospitalized after the Container Lorry he was travelling in which transported Laxurious motor cars ,colliding with the security fence of the Southern Expressway near the 22 nd Kilo Meter Post at palpola area this morning (31).

The injured had been admitted to the Nagoda Hospital for treatment.

Due to the Accident more than Rs.3 million worth  damage had occurred  it has been revealed.The Container Truck had faced this incident Whilest transporting motor cars from Hambanthota to Colombo.

The Female Doctor Remanded Over The Death Of a Police Inspector Released On Bail

Nugegoda Magistrate Court has
yesterday (30)ordered to release the 39 year old female child specialist who had been remanded over the killing of a Police Inspector during a COllision of Two vehicles at Wikramaratna Road in Boralesgamuwa area on 30 th of September .

The suspected female doctor who is attached to Ratnapura General Hospital and was admitted to a ward in Kalubowila Teaching Hospital without injuries although she was ordered to be Remanded ,had been released on two surety bails of Rs.500,000 each .

The suspected doctor has responsible for colliding her vehicle with a vehicle  where the Police Inspector was in according to Police. As a result of the accident the Police Inspector has died and his two sons and wife had been injured and hospitalized.

Although Police had confirmed the doctor was under the influence of liquor during the incident, The doctors of Kalubowila Hospital says she was not under the influence of liquor when she was admitted to the Hospital. 

Over Thousand Sri Lankan University Students In New Delhi Staged A Silent Protest Against President Sirisena's Move To Change Prime Minister

Over 1000 Sri Lankan Students
studying in South Asian University at New Delhi ,India had staged a protest against the President Maithripala Sirisena 's move to remove Prime Minister Ranil Wikramasinghe from his post and appointing the Former President Mahinda Rajapakshe as New Prime Miinister according to "India Tiday" newspaper.

The Protesting students have handed over a letter of protest signed by them against president 's move to the Deputy High Commissioners office of Sri Lanka in New Delhi it has been reported.

The protested studemts had shown banners indicating the Presidents Move is an undemocratic act during the protest . 



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