Sri Lanka Army has appointed a special Board of Inquiry to look into the allegations over the Army managed “Senehasa,’ Education Resource Research and Information Centre (SERRIC). Several allegations have been raised on the conduct of affairs at the SERRIC which serves for the children of military families with special needs at Manning Town, Narahenpita.

The Commander of the Sri Lanka Army, Lieutenant General Crishanthe De Silva has appointed a three member board to look into those allegations and at the same time, he has also instructed the Sri Lanka Corps of Military Police to conduct investigations over the alleged issues of the centre.

Army Director Media, Brigadier KJ Jayaweera said that the Commander has also instructed the board to complete their investigations soon and suggest remedies if any wrongdoing had taken place.