උතුරේ පොලිස් ලොක්කන්ට ප‍්‍රභාකරන් බලකායෙන් ලිපියක් – ලබා දෙන්නේ දින 21 ක් පමණයි ලු
Posted on October 30th, 2016

නෙත් නිවුස්

උතුරු පළාතේ සේවය කරන සියලු ද්‍රවිඩ පොලිස් නිලධාරීන් ඉලක්ක කර ගනිමින් තර්ජනාත්මක ලිපියක් යොමුකර තිබෙනවා.

ඒ, යාපනය, කිලිනොච්චි, මුලතිව්, වව්නියාව හා මන්නාරමේ ජ්‍යෙෂ්ඨ පොලිස් නිලධාරීන් වෙතයි. මෙම ලිපිය යොමු කරනු ලැබ ඇත්තේ ‘‘ ප‍්‍රභාකරන් බලකාය’’ නමින් නම් කර ගන්නා කණ්ඩායමක් විසින්.

එහි දැක්වෙන්නේ යාපනය සිසුන්ගේ මරණ සම්බන්ධයෙන් නීතිය ක‍්‍රියාත්මක වන තෙක් දෙමළ පොලිස් නිලධාරීන් තාවකාලිකව සිය තනතුරුවලින් ඉවත් විය යුතු බවයි.

උතුරු පළාතේ පොලිස් කාර්යාලයන්හි හා පොලිස් ස්ථානයන්හි රාජකාරී කරන දෙමළ නිලධාරීන් වෙනත් ප‍්‍රදේශයකට මාරු කරන ලෙසට ද අදාළ ලිපියෙන් බලපෑම් කර තිබෙනවා. ඒ වෙනුවෙන් ලබාදෙන්නේ දින 21 ක් පමණක් බව ද එහි සඳහන්.

කෙසේ වෙතත් මෙම ලිපිය යොමු කළේ කවුරුන්දැයි සොයා පොලිස් දෙපාර්තමේන්තුව විශේෂ පරීක්ෂණයක් ද ආරම්භ කර තිබෙනවා.

(අදාළ දෙමළ ලිපියේ සිංහල පරිවර්තනයක් පහතින් දැක්වෙයි)

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3 Responses to “උතුරේ පොලිස් ලොක්කන්ට ප‍්‍රභාකරන් බලකායෙන් ලිපියක් – ලබා දෙන්නේ දින 21 ක් පමණයි ලු”

  1. jay-ran Says:

    Demala, DEMALA THRUSTHAWADIYOGMAI!!! Mema HANG GORAKUNTA, RANIL KIYANA BATALANDA MINEEMARUWATAI,SIRISENA KIYANA UNP PUKA LEWA KAAPU GRAMA SEWAKAYATAI MOKADA KONDA NETHTHE MEMA DEMALA THRUSTHAYANTA VIRUDDAWA KATAYUTHU KARANTA?????
    Thopige KAALAYA SEEMITHAI!!! THOPI GENA THOPITA CHANDAYA DUNNU AHINSAKA MODA SINHALAYANTA DENG KARUNU THERILA!!!

  2. Ananda-USA Says:

    Sri Lanka Police arrest two suspected members of ‘Aava’ gang in Jaffna
    Sun, Oct 30, 2016, 11:58 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

    Oct 30, Colombo: Sri Lanka Police have arrested two suspected members of the ‘Aava’ sword gang in Jaffna earlier today.

    The Jaffna Police said two people suspected to be the members of sword carrying ‘Aava’ gang were arrested while they were traveling on a motorcycle along a by-road in Jaffna. Two swords in their possession were also seized, the police said.

    The suspects have claimed the swords were used for practices of a drama but the Police say swords were larger and not the ‘prop’ kind used for dramas.

    The police say the swords were quite similar to the ones discovered in several locations in Jaffna in searches during the last week.

    The Jaffna police are on alert after two police detectives were attacked last week with swords in Chunnakam by sword wielding masked individuals on motorcycles.

    The ‘Aava’ gang claimed responsibility to the assault on two policemen saying that they attacked the policemen to avenge the death of two Jaffna University students on October 21.

  3. S.Gonsal Says:

    Army Ready to Eliminate Security Threat Posed by “Aavaa” Gang in Jaffna if Govt Gives the Order” says Military Spokesman
    30 October 2016

    by Norman Palihawadana

    Army could easily accomplish the task of tracking down the so-called Aava Group and eliminating the security threat it posed if the government gives the nod, Army Spokesman Brig Roshan Seneviratne said yesterday.

    “If we come out of the camps in the North then there would be an outcry against it. Similarly, when we confine ourselves within the camps some in the South criticise us. There is a need for political leadership to decide what we should do. If we are given orders we are ready to come out and neutralise this security threat,” Brig Seneviratne told The Island.

    He said that the so-called Aava group was nothing but an underworld gang simply glorified by a section of the media. “They have mentioned eelam in a recent handbill. This should be nipped in the bud.”

    Brig Seneviratne said that the group had maintained a low profile after its initial forays but suddenly come out again after the recent killing of two undergraduates and the attendant turmoil in the North.

    In January 2014, Kopai and Atchchuvely police stations arrested seven members of the Ava group. The police also seized several weapons, hand grenades and seven motorcycles.

    The group which has named themselves as Aava Group was led by a person called Kumakeshan Vinodan alias Ava, who is now under custody. The group of about 20 young gangsters is responsible for a series of crimes including kidnapping, robberies and assaulting a police officer, police said at that time. Another underworld gang leader known as Senthuran, who headed an extortion gang is now leading the Ava group, according to sources.

    Two policemen, a sergeant and a constable attached to the State Intelligence Service were attacked with swords in Chunnakam on Oct. 23 and hospitalized with injuries.

    Later hand bills were distributed by the Aava group in some areas of Jaffna claiming that they had attacked the police in retaliation for the death of two Jaffna University students recently due to police shooting.

    Courtesy:The Island

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