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Millaniya Child Abuse: Principal to be suspended for torturing kids

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COLOMBO (News 1st) – The Western Province Education Department said that the Principal of the Millaniya Primary School in Horana who was remanded for torturing a group of Grade 5 students will be suspended.Director of the Western Province Education Department Srilal Nonis said a separate investigation is underway over the incident, and the inquiry will be led by an official from the Ministry of Education of the Central Government.Chairman of the National Child Protection Authority Udaya Kumara Amarasinghe said that the police jeep in the custody of the NCPA will be presented to the Government Analyst for tests and a report will be obtained.This is confirm the claims made by the students that they were given electric shocks inside the police jeep by police officers.Two Police officers and a school principal were remanded to the 16th of November for torturing grade five students at the Millaniya Primary School in Horana.The body has been accused of stealing money from teachers.

The National Child Protection Authority produced five suspects to court on Tuesday (8)The Principal of the Millaniya Gangamuwa Primary School, the Deputy Principal, a Police Inspector, a Police Sergeant, and a Police Constable was summoned to the National Child Protection Authority on Tuesday (8) to record a statement over the child torturing incident.They were grilled for more than five hours and were later produced to the Colombo Chief Magistrate's Court.Three suspects were remanded by the Colombo Additional Magistrate, while the Deputy Principal and the Police Constable were released on bail.The Police Spokesperson said that the ASP for the Panadura Range is conducting a police investigation on the matter.Three suspects were remanded by the.

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