Film on Prabha’s death to dispel doubts:
Action Plan for LLRC implementation
An Action Plan detailing how recommendations of
the Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission(LLRC) report could
be implemented in the country’s North, will soon be handed over to
the Ministry of Defense by Sri Lanka Army. Acting Spokesman for the
Sri Lanka Army, Brigadier G V Ravipriya yesterday told the Daily
News, a board comprising senior officers of Sri Lanka Army had
formulated the Action Plan on how to implement the recommendations
stipulated in the LLRC report.
To ensure road discipline:
Driver point system soon
Motor Traffic Dept to network with Police
Department and judiciary through online system:
The Police will shortly introduce a Driver
Improvement Point System, which was approved by Parliament last
Thursday. This point system will be implemented in the near future.
The Motor Traffic Department will network with the Police Department
and judiciary through an online system to implement this special
point system successfully.
Many crimes solved :
Public urged not to take law into own hands
The Police has succeeded in solving a number of
crimes during the past 12 months. These include solving a
foreigner's murder at a restaurant at Tangalle, a woman's murder at
Renuka Hotel and the Kahawatta double murder, Media Centre for
National Security (MCNS) Director General Lakshman Hulugalle said.
PS member surrenders
Wasantha Kumara, a member of Weligepola
Pradeshiya Sabha who is accused of assaulting a youth who later
died, surrendered at the Godakawela Police Station SP's Office,
yesterday. Twenty-one year Amila Pradeep is alleged to have been
assaulted by Wasantha died on March 9. Godakawela police had
deployed a special police team to apprehend Kumara who is alleged to
be the key suspect in the murder. However, the accused surrendered
and Godakawela Police are to take further leagal action.