IGP to notify National Police Commission

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Interdiction of Senior DIG Lalith Jayasinghe

DM_20170717_A010-1By Tharindu Jayawardena

 Inspector General of Police Pujith Jayasundara was to notify the National Police Commission (NPC) on the interdiction of Senior DIG Lalith Jayasinghe who is in remand custody over the involvement in the murder case of schoolchild Vidya in Kytes,  Jaffna, today (17).  
IGP to notify Senior DIG Jayasinghe was arrested by the CID and produced before Kayts Magistrate and was remanded thereafter.   
He was the Senior DIG of the Central Province and the Acting Senior DIG in the Uva Province before his arrest. According to the seniority list of the Police, he is the fourth highest ranking officer in the Sri Lanka Police.

He joined the police force as a Sub-Inspector in 1986 after sitting for an examination held in 1987 he was elevated to the rank of Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP). He became a Senior DIG on June 29, 2011. 

The National Police Commission had issued Jayasinghe a charge sheet two days before his arrest in which it accused him of giving protection to the main suspect wanted in connection with the rape and murder of Vidya.

He had served as a senior DIG in the Sabaragamuwa, Eastern and Northern Provinces before being appointed as the Senior DIG of the Central Province.   

Senior DIG Jayasinghe was arrested by the CID and produced before Kayts Magistrate and was remanded thereafter.   
He was the Senior DIG of the Central Province and the Acting Senior DIG in the Uva Province before his arrest. According to the seniority list of the Police, he is the fourth highest ranking officer in the Sri Lanka Police.    He joined the police force as a Sub-Inspector in 1986 after sitting for an examination held in 1987 he was elevated to the rank of Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP). He became a Senior DIG on June 29, 2011. 

The National Police Commission had issued Jayasinghe a charge sheet two days before his arrest in which it accused him of giving protection to the main suspect wanted in connection with the rape and murder of Vidya.   

He had served as a senior DIG in the Sabaragamuwa, Eastern and Northern Provinces before being appointed as the Senior DIG of the Central Province.