Investigations underway regarding the student assault case in Kandy.

Friday, 29 November 2013 - 13:03

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A year-12 student of Sri Sumangala Vidyalaya, Sitija Kokila who was injured during a clash among 3 leading schools in Kandy is still receiving treatment at the ICU of Kandy hospital.

Sitija Kokila’s father Sarathchandra Edirisinghe told our news team that his son has currently lost his memory and not aware what will be his mental situation in the future.

A clash erupted among students of Sri Sumangala Vidyalaya, Vidyartha and Kingswood College in Kandy on the 25th of this month.

Sitija Kokila Edirisinghe received serious injuries to his head during the clash and an operation was also performed on him.

Sitija Kokila’s father also said that the authorities should take action at least to prevent the repetition of untoward incident of this nature.

An old boy of Sumangala Vidyalaya Kapila Kahapola said that students of his school and students of Vidyartha Vidyalaya entered the Kingswood College intending to discuss about an assault on certain students of the two schools by several Kingswood students.

Meanwhile Police Media Spokesman SSP Ajith Rohana said that an investigation has been initiated on the assault incident.


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