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Deshbandu has asked to give the 1.7 crores found at the President’s House to Tiran

The investigation unit informed the court yesterday (05). that investigations have so far revealed that the Senior Deputy Inspector General of Police in charge of Western Provinces, Deshbandu Tennakoon, has informed the Fort Police Station Commander to hand over the 17,850,000 rupees which was found there and handed over to the police by the protestors when they took over the Presidential Residence, to the Minister of Public Security Tiran Alas.

Thus, the records of the notes kept by the Fort Police Station Officer regarding the telephone call given by Deshbandu Tennakoon were presented to the court yesterday and Fort Magistrate Thilina Gamage ordered the Telecommunication Regulatory Commission and two telephone companies to hand over the audio tapes of the telephone call to the Police Special Investigation Unit.

The money should have been handed over to the court immediately, but the police handed over the money to the court after many days.

Accordingly, the Director of Police Special Investigation Unit, Senior Superintendent of Police DS Wickramasinghe said before the court that the entire process until the handover of the large amount to the court was an undisciplined process and he has stated before the court that he will report to the Inspector General of Police to take disciplinary action against all the officers involved.

The investigation unit informed the court yesterday (05). that investigations have so far revealed that the Senior Deputy Inspector General of Police in charge of Western Provinces, Deshbandu Tennakoon, has informed the Fort Police Station Commander to hand over the 17,850,000 rupees which was found there and handed over to the police by the protestors when they took over the Presidential Residence, to the Minister of Public Security Tiran Alas.

Thus, the records of the notes kept by the Fort Police Station Officer regarding the telephone call given by Deshbandu Tennakoon were presented to the court yesterday and Fort Magistrate Thilina Gamage ordered the Telecommunication Regulatory Commission and two telephone companies to hand over the audio tapes of the telephone call to the Police Special Investigation Unit.

The money should have been handed over to the court immediately, but the police handed over the money to the court after many days.

Accordingly, the Director of Police Special Investigation Unit, Senior Superintendent of Police DS Wickramasinghe said before the court that the entire process until the handover of the large amount to the court was an undisciplined process and he has stated before the court that he will report to the Inspector General of Police to take disciplinary action against all the officers involved.

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