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By Palitha Ariyawansa
The driver of the jeep involved in the accident on Wednesday in the Bandarawela town where one person was killed and 24 including Uva Provincial Council Election candidate Senthil Thondaman injured, had surrendered to the Badulla police yesterday.

He was due to be handed over to the Bandarawela police.
The suspect Selvadurai Selvendran who drove the vehicle is Senthil Thondaman’s coordinating secretary  police said. When he started the vehicle it had abruptly sprung forward hitting the people walking in the election propaganda march of Thondaman, according to the police.

Senthil transferred to National Hospital

By Ranjith Rajapaksa
UPFA Uva provincial Council candidate Senthil Thondaman of the Ceylon Workers Congress who was among the several party members injured in the Bandarawela accident was transferred to the National Hospital in Colombo yesterday. Some of the injured were still under treatment at the Bandarawela and Diyatalawa Hospitals.



  Comments - 2

  • vithura Saturday, 20 September 2014 09:41 AM

    SL politicians can do service to democracy and thereby to their voters is to go to the UK and learn what democracy is all about and how it is practiced. Holding elections is not democracy by itself.

    caliph Sunday, 21 September 2014 12:57 AM

    People are not foolish. Nobody speaks good about your government. It is you and your family who are destabilising the country. How long can you carry on like this in the name of democracy.

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