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Phones, SIM cards, drugs found in Colombo remand prison

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Five mobile phones, two phone chargers, 11 SIM cards, two batteries and drugs packed in 28 packs, were found from the Colombo Remand Prison (CRP) yesterday, prisons spokesman Chandana Ekanayake said.

“The operation was carried out by a team of STF personnel and prison officers upon a request made by the Superintendent of the CRP,” Ekanayake said.

He said search operations would be carried out on regular basis in the future also to detect these kinds of disallowed articles inside prisons.

  Comments - 4

  • Mm Friday, 12 March 2021 01:45 PM

    If you lot can’t curtain this one can only imagine how other things are running in Sri Lankan

    Full aathal Friday, 12 March 2021 02:41 PM

    Pls increase the basic minimum monthly salaries of all employees in the government department by at least Rs 100,000 per month, then definitely we can expect a good return from them , if not all the employees in the government sector will surely engage in all kinds of corruptions due to the difficulty in living a reasonable good life, If there salaries are not increased to one lakh per month, we will not be able to see a single corrupt free government institution. After increasing the salaries to one lakh per month and if the employees still engage in bribery they should be dealt with capital punishment.

    Kugan Friday, 12 March 2021 04:45 PM

    Salary increment should base on their performance it should be monthly basis not out right should privatazie and monitor we got outdated system it's long process to sack wrong doers in govnt dep than private firm

    Lol. Friday, 12 March 2021 05:06 PM

    No one responsible and no one caught ?

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