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Senior Army Officer involved in Yaggapitiya Incident Relieved of All Duties

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COLOMBO (News 1st); Lieutenant General Vikum Liyanage, Commander of the Army until the 5-member Court of Inquiry recommendations are received, has relieved the Officer involved in the incident at Yaggapitiya Petrol Station of all his duties with immediate effect.A parallel military investigation of the Sri Lanka Army Corps of Military Police (SLACMP) about the incident is also underway recording statements.The Security Force Headquarters – West on Monday (4) appointed a five-member Court of Inquiry, headed by a Brigade Commander to go deep into the issue, related to this Senior Officer’s conduct and make its recommendations..

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