|Major General Janaka Walgama RSP,VSV, USP,ndu, psc|
|Service/branch||Sri Lankan Army|
|Years of service||1981 –|
|Unit||Sri Lanka Engineers|
General Officer Commanding 22 Division Trincomalee
|Battles/wars||Sri Lankan Civil War|
Director General Defence IntelligenceMilitary Secretary of the Army
Early life and education
Janaka received his education from Nalanda College Colombo. Contemporaries of Janaka at Nalanda are the present Air Chief, Air Marshal Kapila Jayampathi, Former Air Chief Air Chief Marshal Gagan Bulathsinghala, Major General Milinda Peiris, Major General Ubaya Madawela, Consultant Neurologist Udaya Ranawaka & former Sri Lanka test cricketer Sanath Kaluperuma.
During the war times he was the General Officer Commanding 22 Division in Trincomalee and Commander for 65 Division in Thunukkai (Kilinochchi).
Prior to the present appointment he held the appointments as the Military Secretary of the Army, Commandant of the Defence Services Command and Staff College, Director General Operations at the Office of the Chief of Defence Staff. He was the General Officer Commanding 51 Division in Jaffna and Director General of Defence Intelligence also at the Office of the Chief of Defence Staff earlier.
He has also been the Commandant of the Sri Lanka Military Academy at Diyatalawa thus been the only serving Sri Lankan Army Officer to hold both appointments as the Commandant of the Military Academy and the Staff College respectively. He has served as the Commander Security Forces-East. He was also the former Colonel Military Secretary at the Army Headquarters.
- "National flags fly in Jaffna on 63rd Independence day". Ministry of Defence - Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka. 5 February 2011. Archived from the original on 22 July 2011. Retrieved 6 March 2011.
- "Major shuffle in the Army after poll victory". Sunday Times. 31 January 2010. Retrieved 6 March 2011.
- "Army joins Jaffna cricket fans to greet Sri Lankan team". Crisanto Global. 19 January 2011. Archived from the original on 11 July 2011. Retrieved 6 March 2011.
- "In the east, a fragile peace". Living Media India Limited. 31 October 2008. Retrieved 6 March 2011.