Parliamentarian Duminda’s assistant arrested for robbing goods worth 10 Million.
Kohuwela Police Station has arrested a person who is supposed to be a Coordination  Secretary to the Colombo District Parliamentarian Mr Duminda Silva, for robbing goods worth Rs 10 Million from super markets, electrical goods stores and furniture shops.
The police investigations have revealed that, he has robbed these items from about 75 shops.
According to the reports, during the last local government elections, this person has contested for the Kollonnawa Urban Council and lost.


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