The copies of former state minister Ranjan Ramanayake’s audio recordings, which include 120,000 telephone conversations with politicians, high ranking officials and members of judiciary, will be handed over to the police today (30).
A high-ranking police officer told Lankadeepa that the equipment, including high capacity hard disks equipped with the latest accessories, imported from Singapore to copy the audio recordings have been directed to the Government Analyst.
After receiving these audio transcripts special teams appointed to analyze the recordings will commence working on them, according to the senior officer.
Ten police teams led by 10 Assistant Superintendents of Police (ASPs) have been appointed under the supervision of Senior DIG in charge of the Western Province Deshabandu Tennakoon for the task.
According to police sources, once the analysis of audio recordings completed, steps will be taken in accordance with the Criminal Procedure Code to file separate cases against MP Ranjan Ramanayake regarding the impact made by the MP on the Judiciary, Criminal Investigations Department and the Commission to Investigate Allegations of Bribery or Corruption.