CID searches TNA MP's residence in Colombo
[TamilNet, Tuesday, 24 April 2007, 00:53 GMT]
Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of Sri Lanka police conducted an intensive search in Tamil National Alliance (TNA) parliamentarian N. Sri Kantha's official residence in Mathivela, Colombo Monday around 5:30 p.m. TNA parliamentarian Mavai Senathirajah's secretary Selvarajah Samuel who was at the residence during the search was interrogated for nearly three hours, according to sources in Colombo.
All the rooms, bathrooms, kitchen and the roof of the residence were searched meticulously.
Mr. Sri Kantha was not present when the CID lead the search.
Nothing suspicious was found.
Prior permission had been obtained from Colombo Nugegoda Magistrate Courts and the Speaker of the House, Mr. W. J. M. Lokku Bandara for the search.
Meanwhile, T. Jeyanandamoorthy, TNA Batticaloa district parliamentarian said that the search conducted in the residence of the member of the House of Representatives is a warning to all TNA parliamentarians.
Mr Samuel is from Alanwick Estate in Udapusselawa.