Blocks arrest of Rajapakse siblings in Thajudeen murder 

08/Jan/2016

 

Based on the evidence  that have surfaced in connection with the ghastly cruel murder of Thajudeen the Rugby player , though it is possible to arrest both Namal Rajapakse and Yoshitha Rajapakse , but because of the pressures exerted by president Maithripala Sirisena , the arrests are thwarted, according to information reaching Lanka e news inside information division. Earlier on too the media reported  one of the Rajapakse siblings was to be taken into custody , that too was obstructed on pressures brought to bear on  it by  the president. 

Meanwhile , the CCTV recordings relating to the Thajudeen  murder forwarded to the computer division of the Colombo University for investigation are blurred because of the light flashing on the pictures  ,and consequently ,  the video recordings cannot be made out  , the information system  Manager S.C.M. B. Dissanayake of the University computer faculty had informed Colombo additional magistrate Nishantha Peiris yesterday, while recommending that those video recordings be subjected to a foreign investigation.

Lanka e news is in receipt of reports that in the FCID investigations in connection with the suspects - Rajapakse siblings  , president Maithripala is applying intense pressures . Even when Lalith Weeratunge the secretary  to the  ex president Mahinda Rajapakse was summoned to the FCID pertaining to the Sil clothes colossal fraud , the president has furiously berated DIG  Ravi Waidyalankara the chief of the FCID via the phone. It is also learnt that in the Siriliya account involvement of Shiranthi Rajapakse , because of the intense pressures applied  by the president , the investigation has been suspended.
 
The Lanka e news inside information service within the Presidential secretariat reveals that DIG  Waidyalankara who was conducting investigations  impartially so far is to be replaced by DIG S.M. Wickremesinghe the president’s secret friend who became notorious as the ‘helup karaya’ of the President when the latter goes gallivanting in the nights after facial ‘make up’ is done for the president by Royal cosmetic expert . Indeed the family of Maithripala had complained that DIG Wickremesinghe is trying to break up the family based on these night outings.It is reported plans are afoot to hand over the FCID to this DIG Wickremesinghe who accompanies Maithripala when he turns into prince charming in the nights and creeps out. Wickemesinghe is the son of a Goviraja of Polonnaruwa.

It is learnt that the president during the last several days using his close SLFP ministers castigated the FCID  through media briefings . This is believed to be  a part of the plan driven by  the ulterior motive to make  the FCID submissive and make it dance according to his villainous  tune.

It has by now become crystal clear that providing legal aid by the army to the army suspects in the murder of Prageeth Ekneliyagoda , which has never ever happened before in the country’s history is being carried out with the president’s consent . Hence the Civil organizations are throughly disappointed and disillusioned over it. They have expressed their displeasure in this regard.

A Civil organization leader Saman Rathnapriya making a statement today said , the defense secretary Hettiarachi had pressurised the Attorney General’s department to withdraw  Dileepa Peiris who is the state counsel ,from the Ekneliyagoda case . It is noteworthy Dileepa Peiris is taking a firm stand against legal aid being provided to the army suspects in Ekneliyagoda’s case.

In the meantime , Josef Stalin the secretary of the Teachers association convening a media briefing yesterday said , “a group is saying ,in the Ekneliyagoda murder investigations, the heroes of the forces have been taken into custody . Just because they fought a war , it does not mean anybody  is issued license to kill people. The Brigadier who is responsible for the shooting in  the Rathupaswala incident has returned to the country. No action has been taken agaisnt him either.In the report of the Human Rights Commission , it is clearly mentioned , the law shall be enforced against  those who did the shooting and who gave the orders. Until today nothing has been done in this regard.  It is most intriguing and a big issue to us why this government too is giving protection to them,'' Stalin pointed out.