Minister for Law and Order John Amarathunga in reply to a question posed by a journalist at a media briefing held today at the BMICH said Kumar Gunarathnam is holding an expired visa and continuing to remain in Sri Lanka in hiding, therefore it is better for him to leave the country, and return back lawfully.
Mr. Amarathunga said, “ We placed Kumar Gunerathnam’s matter before the Controller. A report had also been submitted after an investigation. According to this report they had stated that they are unable to adhere to the demands made by Gunerathnam. There are issues despite Gunarathanam holding several Passports”.
“If these issues are resolved by him, we are ready to do something. We have no personal grudge against him”, he said. (Sanath Desmond)
Comments - 4
Nawaz Dawood Thursday, 30 April 2015 07:56 PM
Are you trying American Justice. If this man leave you guys will never allow him to come lawfully or unlawfully back in to the country. What is the democratic problem in allowing him to stay and modify documents.
Henry Friday, 01 May 2015 08:36 AM
Hon. Minister, how does the law apply for persons living illegally with expired visa? Looks double standards being practised.
Kumudu Friday, 01 May 2015 02:59 PM
in 88/89 John you missed him. You know them and they know you.
Nims Friday, 01 May 2015 01:54 AM
Guneratnam was deported once for entering the country on a bogus passport which prohibit from entering the country again. Therefore find out who authorized him to enter the country this time.
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