CID cop involved in controversial investigations leaves country
Posted on November 24th, 2019

Courtesy Adaderana

Chief Inspector Nishantha Silva attached to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) has reportedly left the country this afternoon (24), stated Ada Derana reporter.

Silva has been involved in several controversial investigation cases within the CID.

Reportedly, the Chief Inspector has left the country to Switzerland with his family at around 12.50 pm this afternoon.

When Ada Derana inquired on the matter, Police Media Spokesperson SSP Ruwan Gunasekara stated that Silva had not been granted leave.

2 Responses to “CID cop involved in controversial investigations leaves country”

  1. Sirih Says:

    We know which embassy funded this SOB and got him out of the country. It shows people behind the unp campaign to get GR and some how intelligence guys at the airport was sleeping on their job..
    We will get to bottom of this sorry saga..

  2. Ratanapala Says:

    This news doesn’t augur well for the new administration. They have allowed a person who has committed grave crimes and misdemeanours against the people of Sri Lanka in falsifying, misleading and manipulation of state evidence to escape with his family. There should have been measures in place to apprehend, detain and if necessary arrest such personnel immediately after the new government was sworn in.

    The chain of command who allowed this to happen must be investigated, their lapses exposed and duly reprimanded for failing in their duties and where necessary punished regardless of their station in life. There is no point in closing the gates once all the horses have bolted and escaped. Fortunately, so far it is only one that has escaped. This situation is similar to what happened when Arjun Mahendran escaped while the whole country including the then opposition was watching. It is difficult to understand the reasons for these lapses, although one can only guess.

    One of the reasons for the landslide win for President Gotabhaya was people’s expectation that culprits who brought the nation’s economy to her knees and greatly inconvenienced the public will be exposed and prosecuted. Former President Sirisena should taken to task for hiding the Central Bank Bond Scam Presidential Commission report.

    TheThe wheels of law against the crimes and grave misdemeanours that brought great harm and hardships to the people of Sri Lanka should be seen to be moving, for it does not take too long for people to say again – ‘Unuth Ekai Munuth Ekai’ all over again!

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