All the necessary information about the accomplices of underworld leaders now living in foreign counties have been collected, Minister of Law and Order Ranjith Maddumabandra said.
Accordingly, several underworld gang members have been arrested and police had been instructed to continue the process.
About two tons of heroin have been seized in the operation carried out in the recent past by the police to combat the growth of the underworld and avert spreading of heroin.
Police has also been instructed to take all necessary action to stop the murders executed by the accomplices of the underworld abroad. (Dayaseeli Liyanage)
Sonali Monday, 11 June 2018 08:33
Remove the underworld don's from the Diyawanna and this country will be rid of the underworld.
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Machan Monday, 11 June 2018 08:34
Dear Mr Minister your Attempt should be to eradicate the underworld. Not to bring it under control.
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johan Monday, 11 June 2018 09:50
Yes eradication is better than controlling.Then there wont be chances to raise their heads again
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Freddy Yong Monday, 11 June 2018 11:42
All good words, but what about the top line - Underworld leaders living in foreign countries- are you getting Interpol to issue 'red' notices om them ??
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Muraly Monday, 11 June 2018 12:42
You are the best minster so far in this government. Please finish it off, clear the under world do not leave it to another minister. You will get the fullest support from the people.
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Ron Monday, 11 June 2018 19:43
A new set of the government-sanctioned underworld mafia is coming up,they come in as good samaritans of the people,to eradicate Dengue,but their actual intention is scare people and grab kickbacks ,People of Dehiwala experinencing this very badly, they do this as a mafia team,including PHI,police officer and men from MOH, they earn quite a big amount of money and share among,NGOs national politicians,religion degnitories intervention is must,
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