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Kudu Roshan’s relative shot dead at Wadduwa

31 October 2016 01:26 pm - 6     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


A 59-year-old man said to be a close relative of 'Kudu Roshan' who was recently arrested on charges of masterminding the Mattakkuliya quadruple killing was shot dead at the Wadduwa Railway Station this morning, police said.

The man who was employed at the Kelanitissa Power Station had left home on his way to the station around 4.45 am.

His body was found on the railway platform. Investigations are continuing.

Video by Bimal Shaman Jayasinghe

  Comments - 6

  • G.M. Jayawardena Tuesday, 01 November 2016 08:39 AM

    It seems that this is the start of the removal of hooks of the Kudu Roshan's powerful chain...

    Mr Citizen Monday, 31 October 2016 03:40 PM

    Where's Gota?

    ANTOPN Monday, 31 October 2016 04:38 PM


    Bala Monday, 31 October 2016 05:12 PM

    Better than bullets in North and swords in South.

    Yeti Monday, 31 October 2016 07:29 PM

    Live by the sword and die by the sword-no matter where or when one's got to pay for his crimes,period.

    Hadam Monday, 31 October 2016 07:34 PM

    Fight should be in between the rival individuals not innocent family members, this is gone one step far ahead of gang violence.

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