Inquiry into Rathupaswala incident continues: Army

16 September 2015 01:42 pm - 2     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

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The Army today said the recording of Summary of Evidence (S of E) into the Rathupaswala incident was still being carried out ahead of the Court of Inquiry (C of I) completion.

In a statement, they said the Magisterial Inquiry regarding the incident had been fixed for hearing on November 6 this year.  

“In consequence of the incident on August 1, 2013, an Army C of I was appointed to investigate the matter in accordance with military provisions.  A Magisterial Inquiry and Police investigation had also been in progress at the time of appointing the C of I,” the statement said.  

Upon the completion of the C of I recording of Summary of Evidence against some Army personnel had commenced and it is presently in progress.

The Commander of the Army, after perusing Summary of Evidence findings, may convene General Courts Martial if the evidence discloses prima facie cases against Army personnel implicated. (Lahiru Pothmulla)

  Comments - 2

  • Premalal Wednesday, 16 September 2015 08:43 PM

    They sure are taking their time over it. Please spare a thought for the families of the victims. How long do they have to wait for justice?

    rohan dalpadadu Wednesday, 16 September 2015 09:10 PM

    It took only few days to court martial sarath fonseka why this case taking long time.please expedite it without any further delay.


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