Couple shot dead in Meetiyagoda

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A cinnamon trader (42) and his wife (40) has been shot dead this evening in the cinnamon oil shed owned by them, Meetiyagoda Police said.

According to the information uncovered so far, a group of individuals who arrived in a three-wheeler had shot them both and fled the scene.

 

  Comments - 6

  • kan Monday, 02 March 2015 12:24 PM

    Death penalty should be introduced immediately for murders and drug carriers and drug lords.

    SL Monday, 02 March 2015 03:43 AM

    Yahapalanaya!

    Sriwickrama Rajasinha Monday, 02 March 2015 03:49 AM

    Call "HangMan" to take up duty soon if "Yahapalanaya" wants to make this country a place to "Live:", otherwise, "Yahapalanaya" will be like give away Ginger and take over Chilles( Eguru Deela Miris Gattha Wage)

    Nims Monday, 02 March 2015 03:54 AM

    It is time to bring the Capital Punishment to those who possess unlicensed weapons. They know what they do and therefore no mercy should be given to these murders

    ranjith Monday, 02 March 2015 07:11 AM

    Next campaign people should support is the introduction of the DEATH PENALTY. It has become a human right in this country to kill people. Successsive governments fighting shy to introduce capital punishment. But all such governments were never hesitant to to engage in extra judicial killings. So why not indroduce death penalty and first punish contract killers who should not be shown any mecy even by the President. Ranjith

    Senator Monday, 02 March 2015 10:11 AM

    The foreseeable future of Sri Lanka.


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