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[BBC, Monday, 3 October 2011 23:16 No Comment]

The criminal investigation department has been directed by the courts to investigative a bribery compliant made against a police officer who played a key role in probing charges against former army commander Sarath Fonseka in the ‘white flag case’

Inspector Anura de Silva who was the chief investigator in the white flag case was accused by Kamini Jayawardana, a resident of Jaeala, Colombo of requesting a bribe to resolve a land case in her favour.

In an affidavit produced in court, Kamini Jayawardana said that Inspector Anura de Silva who visited her had said that if she is agreeable to give him a section of fifteen perches of the disputed land, that he will in return assist her on obtaining ownership of it.

Inspector Anura de silva was previously acquitted from a torture case as the attorney general decided that there wasn’t sufficient evidence to proceed.

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