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Former PM's son arrested

2015-01-21 07:04:53
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Central Provincial Councillor Anuradha Jayaratne and three others surrendered to the police today in connection with a shooting incident when the election office of President Mahithripala Sirisena was attacked during the election campaign.  


The Gampola Magistrate had earlier banned Mr. Jayaratne from leaving the country in this connection.

The four arrested were released on Rs.50,000 cash bail and Rs. 200,000 surety bail by Gampola Magistrate Upul Jayawickrama.









Pix by Suranga Rajamayaka


  Comments - 11

  • Sri Lankan King Wednesday, 21 January 2015 12:38

    A lot to follow.. Keep the fingers crossed. KARMA, its time for payoff

    Reply : 2       98

    Sri Lankan King Wednesday, 21 January 2015 12:38

    A lot to follow.. Keep the fingers crossed. KARMA, its time for payoff

    Reply : 0       45

    curtly Wednesday, 21 January 2015 14:49

    Referring to previous news was this good governance.

    Reply : 17       4

    Gihan perera Wednesday, 21 January 2015 14:56

    How is the reaction?

    Reply : 0       19

    CMAX Wednesday, 21 January 2015 15:19

    Good Governance??????

    Reply : 16       5

    Prasannajit Wednesday, 21 January 2015 16:11

    Yes, law should be equal to everybody. That is why people voted for Maithree.

    Reply : 0       30

    Perumal Wednesday, 21 January 2015 17:38

    Of course, why not? What is good for Thevarapperuma is good for Jayaratne too.

    Reply : 0       20

    Ranja Wednesday, 21 January 2015 15:48

    Whether PM son or any top official son / daughter to brought to justice since earlier law was applied only on poor men of the country. All BIGs escaped.

    Reply : 0       39

    ANTON Wednesday, 21 January 2015 16:42

    NOW FORMER PM WILL ALSO ASK , IS ARRESTING MY SON GOOD GOVERNANCE ?

    Reply : 1       28

    Rohana Thursday, 22 January 2015 05:29

    Put him for 25 years to teach a lesson for others.

    Reply : 1       2

    SL in KSA Friday, 23 January 2015 21:18

    No one can be above the law.

    Reply : 0       0

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