Pujith to go before the Supreme Court against the President's decision

Former IGP Pujith Jayasundera has decided to file a fundamental rights case before the Supreme Court against sending him on compulsory leave without informing him any justifiable reasons.

Pujith Jayasundara is currently consulting lawyers in this regard and is preparing to hand over his petition to the Supreme Court within the next two weeks.

IGP Pujith Jayasundera, who has been sent on compulsory leave, is intending to stay at the IGP's official residence until the Supreme Court judgment receives.

It is also reported that Jayasundera is intending to state before the Supreme Court that he has been removed from the position without taking any steps that should be taken to remove an IGP under the 19th Amendment.

It is also said that he is prepared to disclose official information about the measures taken by him regarding the Easter Sunday attack incident.

His motorcycle security and several police guards of him have also been removed.