Court orders arrest of SSP

  • 23 Mar 2007 10:55:10 GMT

    The last time such a thing happened was where the Wellawaya Magistrate issued a warrant to arrest the Monaragala SSP who was the driver of a vehicle involved in a fatal accident. The Magistrate was hauled up before the CJ and unceremoniously removed from office and the CJ illegally revoked the arrest warrant without the SSP having to make any formal application by way of appeal to the higher courts for such revocation. Why? Because the CJ happened to be a chummy of the SSP. Hope history does not repeat itself.

  • 23 Mar 2007 22:33:43 GMT

    Failed state is putting it lightly. The term for this state is still to be discovered.

    This state stinks worse than a decaying corpse.

  • 24 Mar 2007 07:56:09 GMT

    Would this happed under

    JR

    Premadas or

    RW

    No

    Under MR the courts function correctly. No one is above law

  • 24 Mar 2007 12:04:45 GMT

    Court orders arrest of SSP

    The Colombo Magistrate is very cleaver guy..

    Because, he knows if he go against, Nawala Nihal..

    What is the outcome of that..

    So, it is more profitable to hold the legs of a underworld, than a SSP..

    What a great country..

    Even after the death,how powerful this underground fellows..

  • 25 Mar 2007 18:19:14 GMT

    It is such a shame to hear something like this. SSP K.Udayapala is my Father and I know him better than anyone else in the world. Before accusing him try to look into his career as a police officer, after years of honest service this is what he get backs in return in his last few months of his precious career. If you would have know how much he has done for this country, The People who accusing him of been guilty for taking bribe and killing Unscrupulous bunch of Hooligans you people in the wrong shame on you. I`m not saying these just because I`m his son if you meet him personally or meet the people around him they`ll tell you the same facts about him. Before concluding I must say that `I am Proud of my father for what he has done and all the Sacrifices he made for this great Nation. So I challenge anyone if you think he is guilty PROVE IT before making any Decision.

  • 26 Mar 2007 01:58:06 GMT

    Anushkak,

    If what you say is correct it just goes to show that honest people have no place in SL. As I have said throughout, Sri Lanka is a country ruled by the corrupt for the benefit of the corrupt. Honest, fearless people who uphold truth are seen as obstacles in corrupt society. There are many instances where fearless people like the Wellawaya Magistrate and the OIC of the Piliyandala Police some time ago had to bow down to the corrupt way of life in SL and simply go home taking with them the fearlessness, honesty truth and justice. Same seems to hold for your father.

    If what you say is correct, your father does not face shame as those who know him would respect him more for persecution for doing an honest job. Your father could face anyone without fear or shame as everyone would know who he is and what he did. Justice can be twisted but truth cannot!

  • 26 Mar 2007 07:38:07 GMT

    Anushkak,

    If what you have come out with is true, I share the sentiments expressed by kiwikanga and hope and pray justice shall prevail not only in the case of your father but for the future well being of our nation as well. I did generalise the situation between the Law Enforcers and the Underworld not realising the pain caused to the fearless and honest ones who are generally victims of such designs by the political forces.

    After all we live in a society that punishes the complaint and the investigating officers(Law Enforcers) for inquiring in to complain of criminal misappropriation of massive amount by the head of the nation even before he could become the actual head of state.