Wednesday, 24 August 2016 - 18:39
CID informs court that telephone calls made from the then Presidential secretariat have been deleted
The CID informed Court today that the data of the telephone calls made from the then Presidential Secretariat to the Narahenpita Crime branch OIC on the day former Rugby player Wasim Thajudeen was murdered, have been deleted.
When the case with regard to Wasim Thajudeen murder was taken before Court, Colombo Additional Magistrate Nishantha Peries further remanded the former Senior DIG in charge of the Western Province Anura Senanayake and the former Crime Branch OIC of Narahenpita police Sumith Champika until 7th of September.
Both, Senanayake and Champika are in remand prison in connection with the murder of Wasim Thajudeen.
The Magistrate also informed the Attorney General to submit his opinion on the move by the suspects who attempt to admit themselves to paying wards following the remand orders.
The suspects have been accused of trying to conceal evidence regarding Wasim Thajudeen’s murder.
Meanwhile, former senior DIG Anura Senanayake is receiving treatment in a paying ward at the Colombo National Hospital.
In addition, the CID informed Court that the CCTV footage of the murder was sent to the British Colombia University in Canada and added that the report will be received at the end of this month.