Police ap ologize to court over Rambukkana case !

The case pertaining to the shooting of protesters in the Bhukkana area is due to be taken up again before Kegalle Magistrate Vasana Navaratne today. Meanwhile, the police yesterday apologized to the court for typing and deleting a point in the B report submitted to the court to conduct on-site investigations into the incident. The case was taken up before the Kegalle Magistrate yesterday. The postmortem examination of the body of 42 year old Don Chaminda Lakshan of Kuruwita is scheduled to be conducted at the Kegalle General Hospital today. Meanwhile, the police reported two incidents to the Kegalle Magistrate yesterday. According to one report, the 18-year-old schoolboy had filed a complaint alleging damage to property, including the Public Property Act, and was granted bail by the Magistrate. And it lasted until 7pm last night. Three witnesses testified before the Magistrate on the same day and the lawyers reported the incident to the Magistrate on the spot. . The case was then re-opened and it was observed in the court that the allegation that she had committed an offense under Section 298 of the Penal Code in the B report submitted to the court had been typed and deleted by the police during the on-site inspection. The charge of negligent manslaughter is a felony. A senior police officer apologized and promised to report the matter to the IGP and take necessary disciplinary action. Meanwhile, IGP C.D. Wickramaratne and several other senior police officers have been summoned to the Human Rights Commission tomorrow. A senior official said that they had been summoned before the commission to inquire into the Rambukkana incident. Accordingly, in addition to the IGP, the Senior DIG in charge of the Kegalle District, the DIG, Rambukkana and the Kegalle OIC have been summoned before the Commission.

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