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Nalaka De Silva re-remanded

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Former DIG of the Terrorist Investigation Division (TID) Nalaka de Silva was further remanded till December 11 by the Colombo Fort Magistrate’s Court today.

He was arrested over the alleged assassination plot on several VIPs. (Yoshitha Perera)

Video by Prasanna


  Comments - 4

  • Borat Wednesday, 05 December 2018 01:53 PM

    Pity he could not accomplish anything as the parlay would have been less if undesirables.

    K. C. John Wednesday, 05 December 2018 01:57 PM

    What is the Legal action that can be taken for concocting or cooking up false allegations? Of course, the severity of punishment should be meted out in keeping with the position of the liar - the higher up, the more severe the punishment. In the next few days we live in hope that the Judiciary will maintain their independence and integrity, so that all Sri Lankans will have a future to look forward to.

    Hodha Hitha Wednesday, 05 December 2018 01:57 PM

    Country is running smoothly without a government. Officials running the government institutions brilliantly. Now we should get rid of this lunatic Grama Sewaka. Then the entire country would be better off

    Ryan Wednesday, 05 December 2018 02:56 PM

    This guy victim of ranils power greediness

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