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The Police said today that an investigation has been launched to arrest Mohommad Makeem, another drug kingpin who was alleged to have links with ‘Wele Suda’ in connection with drug smuggling on an international level.

Police Spokesman Ajith Rohana said the 47-year-old Mohommad Makeem Mohommad Siddhik was currently abroad trafficking in drugs either from Pakistan or Dubai.

“Siddhik is one of the main drug dealers and he is exporting drugs from Pakistan to Sri Lanka. The CID is conducting a special operation in connection with money laundering charges against him,” he told a news conference today.

SSP Rohana said they were awaiting details of the movable and immovable properties owned by Mohommad Siddhik, who was a resident of Colombo 10.

He said those having any information on this drug dealers’ properties could inform the police as follows Director Police Narcotic Bureau on 011-2447943, OIC Police Narcotic Bureau on 011-2446437 and the CID on 011-2328043 or 011 2422176.(Darshana Sanjeewa)
 
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  • Gobba Tuesday, 24 February 2015 05:46 PM

    Is this to deflect further actions on Duminda ?

    Dr M.L.Najimudeen Tuesday, 24 February 2015 06:08 PM

    The country should be free of drug in the year 2017.Hope the present government will look after the health and wealth of youths.It is the duty of the entire nation to safe guard our teenagers

    PeaceLover Tuesday, 24 February 2015 04:11 PM

    It is Muslims who are involved in importing drugs from Pakistan to Sri Lanka largely.

    de silva Tuesday, 24 February 2015 04:13 PM

    It seem to be the other case is slowly draging and may be we will forget about it.

    TONY Tuesday, 24 February 2015 04:16 PM

    WHY CHARGES IN MONEY LAUNDERING,. ARE THERE NO LAWS TO CONVICT A PERSON FOR DEALING IN DRUGS????

    azee Tuesday, 24 February 2015 04:37 PM

    A new name revealed.To trace and arrest it will take 2 weeks and to interrogate him another1 week.and so the case drags on. via DM Android App

    justin Tuesday, 24 February 2015 04:53 PM

    Muslim or Buddist or Christian or Zorastarian, punishment to be given like given in Saudi.


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