The Law Society understands   that   Mr   Jayasuriya   officially   reported   incidents of surveillance on at least two  occasions and threats made against him on three occasions.  The surveillance incidents involved two  vehicles:  a motorcycle  and  a  three-wheeler.  Mr  Jayasuriya  filed  official  police  complaints regarding the incidents and requested police protection. However, we understand that the authorities have thus far failed to identify the suspects.  We are however pleased to see that the Chief Magistrate in Colombo has ordered the police to provide security for Mr Jayasuriya.   That pleasure is tempered by the statement by Mr Jayasuriya that although Senior Deputy Inspector General of Police Anura Senanayake told the court that adequate steps had been taken to provide necessary security for him, the security is not adequate or effective.