Fmr. TID DIG Nalaka arrives at CID for the second day

19 October 2018 09:37 am - 4     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


Former Terrorist Investigation Division (TID) DIG Kaushal Nalaka de Silva arrived at the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) a short while ago for the second day to give a statement over the inquiry into the alleged assassination plot on President Maithripala Sirisena and former Defence Secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa.

Nine-hour long statement was recorded from him yesterday also over the same incident.

  Comments - 4

  • Warren Raed Friday, 19 October 2018 03:13 PM

    I have a question to the CID. What if I (as an ordinary citizen) committed this crime? Where would I be today? I am sure I would have been arrested and remanded. Am I correct?

    Ranjan Friday, 19 October 2018 03:44 PM

    You are absolutely correct. This is Sri Lanka. Rule of law is not applied here.Law is applied only to down trodden people.We are very unfortunate people to live here. Susterm is more powerful than the law. Susterm is controlled by powerful person. and not the law. i can give enough examples. If a small crime is committed by a poor person it is a crave crime to the police. If a grave crime is committed by a VIP or similer individual it is not a crime

    Warren Raed Friday, 19 October 2018 06:55 PM

    You are a lucky man. You get to plot the assassination of the president and still stay away from being arrested. You are lucky to be born in this country.

    Warren Raed Monday, 22 October 2018 08:14 AM

    What about coming on the 3rd day?

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