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SL woman lured many into sex trade in Oman arrested

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A woman from Mahiyangana was arrested by the special investigation unit of the Foreign Employment Bureau for allegedly luring many women aged between 20 and 40 into sex trade in Oman.

The woman had assisted many women to migrate to Oman promising them to get jobs in various sectors there but used them in sex trade.

Her illegal activities came to light after the media highlighted this in February and also based on the information revealed by some affected women.

The woman named R.M. Kusumawathie alias Sandamali was arrested after a victimised woman in Dehiattakandiya lodged a complaint about her.

The CID had also received complaints about her and she is to be produced before the Colombo No. 1 court on March 18 by the CID.

  Comments - 4

  • Moda Sinhalayo Saturday, 13 March 2021 12:07 AM

    Namal rajapaksa is the leader of the major sex rackets in the country

    Esther Cohen, European Jew Saturday, 13 March 2021 01:03 AM

    Surely this item will draw a lot of attention, that is why I comment here, although I only want to ask DM again and again: why do you still publish comments of Jayt? This man has serious mental problems. I don't only say this because he truly hurt victims of the Shoah, but also he seems to be in a very bad mental state and need professional care. I am not ironic, I am really blaming DM for taking advantage of this trouble person. I don't believe he is a neonazi.

    Pari Saturday, 13 March 2021 08:49 AM

    Absolutely correct, he need medical advice

    Siri Saturday, 13 March 2021 03:16 PM

    A 59 yr old woman caught with Ice and now a woman pimp. And she hails from oh so innocent rural Mahiyangana! Whither Sri Lanka is heading?


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