Previously, Lanka News Web made a revelation about a compulsory meditation session for all policemen, introduced by IGP Pujith Jayasundara. They should meditate from 8.30 to 8.45 every morning, and ASP Prasanna Brahmanage has been appointed to supervise the meditation. This programme has been given the code-name 2553.
Recently, the IGP inspected the progress of the meditation at police headquarters. Seeing the minor employee who is operating the lift not doing the meditation, he publicly assaulted him. A female receptionist recorded the incident from her mobile phone, and seeing that, Jayasundara abused her in filth.
A top police came forward and told him not to do so, saying that he could be charged under section 345 that relates to sexual harassment. Calming down his chief, he took him away.
The IGP saw only that female receptionist recording the incident, but, almost all the junior officers present recorded it. Soon, it will come out.
Later on the same day, at a meeting he referred to a certain website and said, “He calls me Kujeetha, not Pujitha. He will be struck by lightning. More lightning will strike those who leak things to him.” That is how the IGP practices Dhamma. Sagala Ratnayake, who is in charge of police, has told top police officials, “I don’t know what to do with this devil.”