22 quarantine law violators arrested so far based on aerial surveillance data: DIG Ajith Rohana

22 quarantine law violators arrested so far based on aerial surveillance data: DIG Ajith Rohana

22 quarantine law violators arrested so far based on aerial surveillance data: DIG Ajith Rohana

Written by Pavani Hapuarachchi

14 Nov, 2020 | 9:21 am

COLOMBO (News 1st): A total of 22 suspects have been arrested so far over the violation of quarantine regulations, through aerial surveillance operations conducted by helicopters and drones with the assistance of Sri Lanka Air Force, Police Spokesperson, Deputy Inspector General Ajith Rohana said on Saturday (Nov. 14).

The aerial surveillance operation will continue with regard to areas under lock-down and isolated, DIG Ajith Rohana said; adding the lock-down order is in effect in 27 police jurisdictions and five Grama-Seva divisions.

“The restriction order that has been made in respect of the Western province is still in effect and no-one is allowed to leave the Western province till tomorrow night. But, there are no restrictions with regard to entering the Western Province. If a person needs to enter the Western province, he/she can enter but, it is not permitted to leave the province till tomorrow night (Nov. 15),” DIG Ajith Rohana emphasized.

 

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