It is the duty of the Police to implement the law properly – Prime Minister
It is the duty of the Police to implement the law properly in the event of an accident; be it Patali Champika Ranawaka, Mahinda Rajapaksa, Ranil Wickremesinghe or Rajitha Senaratne, the law should certainly be implemented, Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa said yesterday (22).
Everyone is equal before the law, the Premier said, adding that levelling allegations against the Government when the Police fulfil their responsibilities is a politically motivated act.
He went on to say that when the Police fulfilled their duties properly in connection with Champika Ranawaka’s accident case, some even started to level allegations targeting the Rajapaksasa.
The Premier made this statement recently in Wadduwa when addressing a meeting with social media activists who expressed support at the last Presidential election.
(Source: Ceylon Today)
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Of course my dear PM, ‘t is the duty of the Police to implement the law properly’.
Unfortunately, they are Public Servants employed by your Govt.
They are hungry, my dear PM, they want the free money not to become rich with bank accounts in Dubai, but to feed their families and kids.
Dear PM, please crack down on corruption and crack down hard.
That is where the wealth of the nation is going.
Hon. Prime Minjster,
Hon. Prme Minister
Your reminder to the Police Force should not have been confined to the ” in the event of an accident …………”
etc. but should have included ALL THE DUTIES AT ALL THE TIMES to the Public. In fact not only the Police Force but it should include ALL the public officers ( i refrain from referring to them as Public Servants ) including the Prez. You and the entire Cabinet.of Ministers.
Hon PRESIDENT Sir you can pick up the cue from where your brother stopped and continue the good work.
Later when the country is on a good footing you must put the entire country on a law abiding nation even at the Pedestrian crossings.