Thursday, 06 August 2015 - 13:13
Court permits CID to exhume the body of rugerrite Wasim Thajudeen on the 10th, who died mysteriously
The Colombo Additional magistrate Nishantha Peries permitted the CID today to exhume the body of rugarrite Wasim Thajudeen who died mysteriously in a car accident.
Accordingly, Thajudeen’s body would be exhumed on 10th of this month.
The Magistrate informed the CID yesterday that court would give a decision today to police request to exhume the body of late Thajudeen for further investigations.
Accordingly, the magistrate informed the CID to exhume the body at 7 in the morning on August 10th.
The magistrate also ordered the Curator of cemetery, Grama Sevaka of the area and Colombo Chief Judicial Officer Ajith Tennakoon to assist the CID in its task.
Ruggarrite Wasim Thajudeen body which was mysteriously burnt in his car was found on the road near Shalika Sports ground in Narahenpita on May 17th of 2012.
When the case was taken before the Colombo Chief Magistrate, on July 27th, the CID informed the Court that the death of Thajudeen was suspicious.
The CID further said that investigations revealed the victim had been attacked with a sharp object in his neck, and was beaten with a blunt object.
The cemetery on Hill Street Dehiwala which late ruggarite Wasim Thajudeen’s body was buried has currently been provided police protection.