CPRP Chairman appeared at Borella Police Station

Lawyer Senaka Perera, the chairman of the Committee of Protecting Rights of Prisoners (CPRP) appeared at Borella Police Station on 02nd January 2020, to make a statement regarding carrying a firearm into the Welikada prison, according to the complaint was made at the Inspector General of Police. Obviously, CPRP is an only non-governmental organization purely established for the protection of prisoner’s rights in Sri Lanka and not its duty or responsibility to support illegal activities. However, lawyer Senaka Perera has made a statement to the police stating there is no connection…

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Misleading of Prison Ordinance and the Way of Cheating General Public

Misleading of Prison Ordinance

Misleading the people of Sri Lanka, by politicians is a common phenomenon that has been continued for 71 years. But, the most dangerous aspect of misleading, is the involvement of legal professionals to misinterpret acts and ordinances. Unfortunately, they forecast some existing ordinances to deliberately implant the wrong concept among the general public expecting political advantages. However, the most recent incident was the misinterpretation of the prison ordinance by Udaya Gammanpila, who is a member of parliament and a lawyer, regarding the hospitalization of former minister Rajitha Senarathna while he…

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The life of an eye witness of Walikada murder case of 27 prisoners put in danger

A one of the eyewitnesses Mr. Sudhesh Nandhimal of the Walikada murder case of 27 prisoners shot dead by the Special Task Force (STF) in 2012, is now at risk due to acts of revenge by the railway officers, who are currently being supporters of president Gotabaya’s government. However, Mr. Nandhimal is a railway employee currently being attached to the Power Coaches Shed (PCS) Maligawatta under Mr. Madawala, the Chief Forman of the above shed. According to Mr. Nandhimal, he has been facing many degrading treatments by several officers in…

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