Police uncover new twists in Wele Sudha’s case

Police uncover new twists in Wele Sudha’s case

February 16, 2015   04:06 pm

In an interesting twist of event into drug baron Wele Sudha’s case, the Police Narcotics Bureau (PNB) on Monday (16) raided a warehouse in Sinharamulla, Kelaniya where they discovered over 25 tractor engines believed to have been used to smuggle heroin into the country from Pakistan.

The PNB currently interrogates the drug kingpin Wele Sudha under a three months detention order on the details on how he managed to carry out drug related operations.

Wela Sudha was arrested in Pakistan and later deported to Sri Lanka, last month.

Parliamentarian Duminda Silva was also interrogated by the cops in connection with his alleged involvement with the drug baron, last week.
In 2010, Wele Sudha fled the country when the PNB launched open inquiries into his activities. 

Wele Sudha’s assets including two luxury apartments, two houses in Bagatalle Road, two houses in Pannipitiya and Madiwela, 16 perches land in Dehiwala and 14 perches in Nedimale had been confiscated by the Colombo High Court.

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