Wasim Thajudeen Death: Dialog Unable To Submit Telephone Records

Filing an affidavit to court today, Dialog Axiata informed that it was unable to provide telephone records of Wasim Thajudeen to the CID due to technical and practical difficulties.
The company said that it keeps records of telephone calls for only a duration of three months.
Colombo Aditional Magistrate Nishantha Peiris asked the company to assist the investigations in whatever capacity possible. He set September 10 as the next court hearing.
Criminal Investigation Department (CID) was granted permission by the courts to investigate telephone call records of former Sri Lankan rugby player and Havelocks captain Wasim Thajudeen on June 4.
Wasim Thajudeen was killed in a road accident in Colombo, in May 2012. According to Police, Thajudeen had been driving to the airport when he had apparently lost control of the car and crashed into the wall of Shalika grounds on Park Road. The car had exploded within seconds of the crash, and it had burned completely.
However, police investigators found Thajudeen’s wallet at a different place which the police declined to name.
Although the police said that the rugby player’s death was accidental at that time, then police spokesperson SSP Ajith Rohana on February 26 said that it was suspicious.
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