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 Bail for doctor-father and schoolboy suspected of Chemistry-fraud including 3 others -- tuition sir and his brother continue to be in remand

Bail for doctor-father and schoolboy suspected of Chemistry-fraud including 3 others -- tuition sir and his brother continue to be in remand

The case relating to the super-technology examinations fraud which was exposed because of a leaflet being distributed containing Chemistry questions of the Advanced Level thus causing an uproar in the country recently was called for hearing on the 4th and the Advanced Level student of Royal College, Sashika Bangamuaarachchi (19) and his father, a Dental surgeon, Senadhi Bangamuaarachchi and the tuition sir's father R.A. Jayasena were released on bail of Rs. 10,000 cash bonds each and 2 personal bonds of 2 lakhs each. Jinendra Ranasinghe, the tuition sir and his brother Nuwan
sir's father R.A. Jayasena were released on bail of Rs. 10,000 cash bonds each and 2 personal bonds of 2 lakhs each. Jinendra Ranasinghe, the tuition sir and his brother Nuwan Ranasinghe however were not given bail and instructed to be remanded till 16th by Gampaha Magistrate.

Prior to this, as the person by the name of Lochana Suranga Perera maintaining a printing press in Gampaha was released on bail last 30th in relation to this case as he was not directly involved in this incident. The Royal College student was released on bail after obtaining permission to sit for the Advanced Level final question paper of the common examination and was to sit for that exam.

The hi-tech devices had been brought down by the student's dental-doctor father from overseas for the son to carry out this fraud, it was revealed. The Chemistry tuition master during the process of the exam had provided the service of relaying live answers by stationing himself at the dentist's home down Cotta Road, Borella on a contract of Rs. 10 lakhs by the dentist, it was uncovered at investigations.

This super-tec exam fraud conducted with Spy Cam technology by directing it to the internet and then retrieving it through bluetooth technology was something which was previously not reported in Sri Lanka. For this reason alone plans have been contemplated by the Examinations Department on how to tackle examinations in future. It was announced that those who are confirmed as having engaged in frauds of this nature in future would be enforced permanent restraint on appearing for examinations.

The magistrate ordered that those who were granted bail today are to appear at the Criminal Investigations Department on Sunday every week and foreign travel would be barred in their case. The court case in this connection is to proceed in future.


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