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Ex-IGP Balasuriya new Law and Order Secretary

2014-10-20 07:40:04
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Former Inspector General of Police (IGP) Mahinda Balasuriya has been appointed as the new Secretary to the Ministry of Law and Order.

He replaces Major General (Retd) Nanda Mallawarachchi.
 
Prior to his appointment he was the Sri Lankan Ambassador in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). He is due to take office tomorrow.

The former Police Chief resigned following the clashes in Katunayake between FTZ workers and the police in 2012. (Supun Dias)

 


  Comments - 11

  • Dutchy Monday, 20 October 2014 14:09

    Welcome back sir.. Congrats on your third formidable assignment..

    Reply : 1       0

    Balu Cheena Monday, 20 October 2014 14:17

    YES SIR!! CORRECT SIR!! OK SIR!!

    Reply : 3       2

    katie Tuesday, 21 October 2014 13:33

    3 bags full sir!

    Reply : 0       0

    Prasannajit Monday, 20 October 2014 14:26

    Oh, we are getting closer and closer to Ashcharya................

    Reply : 0       3

    Prasannajit Monday, 20 October 2014 14:28

    Oh, we are getting closer and closer to Ashcharya................

    Reply : 0       2

    Pura Wesiyo Monday, 20 October 2014 15:02

    Baduth Hamuduruwange Naduth Hamuduruwange...Antho jata bahi jata kiuwalu

    Reply : 0       3

    Bala Monday, 20 October 2014 15:12

    In time to control the Police at the Elections. He knows the ropes.

    Reply : 1       3

    ANTON Monday, 20 October 2014 15:54

    NOW ALL THE UNLAWFUL ACTS IN SRILANKA WILL BE CEASED.

    Reply : 1       1

    chams Monday, 20 October 2014 16:07

    The man who accepted the responsibility of wrong doing and resigned is now promoted to Secretary of Law and Order. In a way it is the ideal place for him since there is nothing to be done.

    Reply : 0       1

    Bandara Monday, 20 October 2014 16:37

    nariyata kukullu baara dunna wage

    Reply : 1       3

    Malik Monday, 20 October 2014 18:54

    Here we go on the top Law !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Reply : 0       1

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