Ex-SPC Chairman arrested over ‘white van’ briefing
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Former Chairman of the State Pharmaceuticals Corporation Dr. Rumy Mohamed who is accused of helping to stage the controversial ‘white van abduction’ media briefing has been arrested by the Criminal Investigations Department.
He was charged with fabricating evidence and allegedly giving two million rupees to two persons, who spoke about alleged white Van abductions at a press conference prior to the last presidential election.
UPDATE: Former SPC chairman Rumy Mohamed who was arrested this morning remand till 6 January by Colombo Magistrate’s Court.
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Prosecute to the maximum and hope the court metes out the most severe sentence if found guilty. These blood sucking parasites in Sri Lanka deserves to be ‘taken out’ – period!