The Nation

Transferred STF cop to take Hakeem to task Compazine generic drugs Diltiazem 30 mg price STF Chief Inspector S. N. Gunaratne who was transferred following the massacre of 10 Muslim construction workers in Pottuvil, is to file action against his transfer from the Sastraweli STF camp and file defamation charges against Sri Lanka Muslim Congress leader Rauff Hakeem, on Wednesday.
Gunaratne is planning to take legal action on his personal capacity against the course of action following the events, especially the accusations levelled at the STF and Gunaratne by SLMC leader and several other Parliamentarians and political leaders.
According to an eye witness account given by a survivor who was subsequently admitted to the Ampara hospital, the accusations hurled at the Special Task Force have been proven baseless, Gunaratne is to tell courts in his petition.
On the other hand, that the sole survivor was taken to the Ampara hospital not because of the interference of the STF as accused by Hakeem but due to the absence of a surgeon at the Kalmunai hospital, the petition is to state.
According to Gunaratne the politicians who rallied against him following the massacre, were not motivated by factual evidence but to cover up timber smuggling in the Raddella forest. According to Gunaratne the course of action taken by the politicians who rallied against him was following the action taken against this smuggling ring.
It is also learnt that the riots are fuelled by the politicians who are supposed to represent the area to cover up the under-developed status of the area and to curb the rising unpopularity among the people.

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