Arsonists remanded till the 20th


Three individuals arrested for setting Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe’s non-public residence on hearth, has been remanded until the twentieth of this month.

They had been arrested by the Kollupitiya police at present (10). 

The suspects are from Mt. Lavinia, Galle and Kadawatha. 

The Authorities Analyst investigated the Premier’s residence at present and the CID has already launched an investigation. 

A protest was held final night (09) reverse Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe’s non-public residence in Colombo and the police fired tear fuel to disperse the group. A number of journalists had been attacked by the police and Sirasa and Derana journalists had been amongst them. 

Following this, a crowd gathered as soon as extra close to the Prime Minister’s residence and a few individuals had been seeing getting into the property. 

Later, smoke and hearth had been seen from the home. 

The residence housed a big library and the Prime Minister had already bequeathed the property to Royal School in his final will. 

Safety forces managed to avoid wasting a part of the e-book assortment. 

Nevertheless, many objects contained in the premises had been broken. 

The home subsequent to the Premier’s residence additionally suffered damages.

PM House 1 22 07 10

PM House 2 22 07 10

PM House 3 22 07 10

PM House 4 22 07 10

 PM House 5 22 07 10

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