Three PSD officers involved in Thajudeen’s murder, says Rajitha

Three PSD officers involved in Thajudeen’s murder, says Rajitha

August 6, 2015   06:25 pm

Cabinet Spokesperson Rajitha Senaratne on Thursday (06) charged that three officials attached to the Presidential Security Division (PSD) have allegedly involved in the murder of former Sri Lankan Rugby player, Wasim Thajudeen, who had died under suspicious circumstances.


The observation was made at a press conference held at the Government Information Department.


The Cabinet Spokesperson also dined allegations that the new government is about to privatise the water resources of the country.

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