All sri lankans know that the White Van abductions were done by the Sri Lanka’s special force under the instruction of Rajapaksha family members who were ruling Sri Lanka. At that period anyone who opposes the Rajapaksha government were taken in a white van and killed or made to disappear. Sinhala Journalists who respected human rights and Tamil politicians were common victims.
The current President Maithiri was a minister under Rajapaksha and it is not a secret that he knew the killings and kidnappings were done by the government forces with the support of the defence department, but refuses to take any action against these killings as most of the victims were Tamil leaders and Human right activists.
The current Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe also knows that the killings and kidnappings were done by the Rajapaksha government forces with the support of the defence department, and had accused the Rajapaksha government as a opposition leader in parliament. Interestingly he too refuses to take any real action against these killings, is it because most of the victims were Tamil leaders and Human right activists?
The Police has requested senior journalist Poddala Jayantha to immediately provide the vehicle number and any other details available of the van that abducted him in the evening of June 01, 2009 near Embuldeniya junction in Nugegoda.
In reply Poddala Jayantha has said that if he was able to grasp the vehicle number his media friends would have found suspected abductors. And on the other hand the SSP must be aware of who would travel in a white van with a genuine vehicle number intended for abduction, Jayantha has emphasized in his response.
Jayantha forwarded this letter to IGP observing the recent developments of the investigations in to the assault of Senior Journalist Keith Noyahr, with several suspects being arrested. He has forwarded the letter to the IGP, suspecting that those who attacked him could be in the same group. According to sources close to Poddala Jayantha, a separate letter will be forwarded soon to the Criminal Investigations Department.