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IP, SI and PC interdicted

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Police Chief N.K. Illangakoon today interdicted an Inspector, a Sub Inspector and a constable of the Tambuttegama police on charges of neglecting their duty.
They are alleged to have purposely delayed the inquiries into a complaint of child abuse and had attempted to avoid arresting the suspects.

Later the aggrieved party made a complaint to the Child Protection Authority, which initiated inquiries and arrested the suspects.

A senior Anuradhapurapolice official said the PoliceChief had ordered the interdiction taking into accounta report submitted by the CID. He said a formal disciplinary inquiry would be held soon. (PushpakumaraJayaratne)




 
 

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-5+23 # Yehiya 2012-05-09 13:26
Police minor officers very rare of fail to do the duty. High rank & politic are major barrier for their duty.
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-4+43 # Cynic 2012-05-09 13:38
What about cops handling Duminda's case?
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-7+9 # shantha madawela 2012-05-09 13:41
believe it or not....
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-3+16 # Chandlerdle 2012-05-09 14:05
Good move Chief Cop!
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-1+27 # Jayasiri 2012-05-09 14:41
Good news. At last. We should commend the IGP. We need more like this in all cases involving people who are big or small.
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-3+15 # MOHAMED ASFAR 2012-05-09 14:58
good one sir. keep it up.
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-0+4 # ABDUL 2012-05-10 11:33
good news .we wish you sir.
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-0+2 # MBC 2012-05-11 15:40
Mr. ilangakone, you are our last hope. Hope you will pull up and punish all wrong doing policemen in the same way.
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