Military Police investigates Mirihana incident: DM

Military Police investigates Mirihana incident: DM

July 21, 2015   05:58 pm

The Military Police have launched an investigation in connection with the three army personnel who were arrested by the police while traveling in a white-coloured van with fake number plates in Mirihana, the Defence Ministry said in a statement today (21).

“If proven guilty, these army personnel will face a punishment under the terms of the Sri Lanka Army Act, irrespective of their posts,” the statement added.

The police on Monday arrested the armed army soldiers in civvies who were travelling in the white-coloured van. The arrested soldiers have been identified as personnel attached to the personal security squad of a Major General, the police Spokesperson said.

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