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Senior police officers move court against appointment of first woman DIG

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By Kelum Bandara

A team of senior police officers have moved the Supreme Court against the appointment of Ms. Bimsani Jasingharachchi as the DIG in charge of welfare, the first woman to hold such a high post in the police service, Daily Mirror learns.   

Ms. Jasingharachchi was appointed to the post by the National Police Commission earlier. However, a team of senior police officers aggrieved by this appointment had petitioned the Supreme Court against it.   The case will be heard tomorrow.     


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