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25 July 2013 01:49 am - 2     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


Two Indian nationals who were on tourist visa were arrested yesterday by the Karadiyanaru police while they was engaged in selling clothes illegally, police said.

The suspects are to be produced before the Eraur Magistrate today.

Meanwhile another 35 year-old Indian national was arrested on the same charge at the Maradanagar junction by the Kalkuda police yesterday.

The suspect is to be produced before the Valaichchenai Magistrate court.

  Comments - 2

  • Fair N Square Thursday, 25 July 2013 05:12 PM

    Hope this doesnt open the eyes of police in other countries, where Sri-Lankans work and do business illegally .. Not that I support Indian to come and sell sarees in all little cities n villages...

    kamal malwatta Friday, 26 July 2013 07:56 AM

    these hard working people buy and sell these products with severe sacrificess,hard work,risks,safety,and they travel lands and sell at customers doors.this self employed people must be respected and offer helps for them.while higher people erning billions by corruption these small people do their hard work for living,earning little bit money,possibly at loss.

    let the police to do good job by arresting killers,rapists,thieves and other criminals,not this kind of hard working people.these people help our people by come to this country,spending their living expensess,supporting farmers,placess they stay,transport and all other expensess.

    actually they are our peoples friends.

    read from newspapers many of such arrested,but no news of what happened to their merchandise???????.

    who looted their merchandise after arrested ???????.

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