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Sri Lanka seeking RED NOTICE for ‘Harak Kata’

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COLOMBO (News 1st); Sri Lanka is planning on securing the extradition of eight criminals wanted by local authorities, including notorious gangster Nadun Chinthaka alias 'Harak Kata'.Secretary to the Ministry of Public Security S.

Hettiarachchi speaking to News 1st said that this operation will be led by a Senior DIG.In addition, Sri Lanka is also working on securing an INTERPOL RED NOTICE for the arrest and extradition of Harak Kata.Nadun Chinthaka also known as Harak Kata was arrested in Dubai while he living there using an alias..

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