Over 100 LTTE suspects released

22 January 2010 10:31 am - 6     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

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By T. Farook Thajudeen

At least 118 people allegedly detained over their suspected LTTE involvement were released from prison today.  They were released on the submission by the Attorney Genera’s Department that the suspects did not have charges against them.


Another 70 youths who were also in detention were referred to rehabilitation since they had been allegedly involved in minor incidents connected with the LTTE.

  Comments - 6

  • Friday, 22 January 2010 03:26 PM

    GOOD VOTE BANK

    Friday, 22 January 2010 04:55 PM

    The general department work according the tune of politics. srilanka AG was brin washed or no BRIN. the judicial is not polictcs.

    Friday, 22 January 2010 07:56 PM

    Why such radical action, on the eve of an election? 'Crocodile tears,' of the Lankan legal system?

    Saturday, 23 January 2010 07:56 AM

    Why in a such a hurry. S F watchout.

    Saturday, 23 January 2010 09:54 AM

    The govt. shouldn't do anything on the eve of election. Shouldn't we have a govt. during elections? What would happen to the security of the nation if we have a govt. that won't function during elections? Even if the incumbent resigns for elections the interim govt. can also be blamed for partiality and increased violence like that happen in several countries having that provision eg. Bangladesh! Don't get overcharged with false alarms and suspicious alerts!

    Saturday, 23 January 2010 10:24 AM

    If there are no charges, perhaps they should be released. But the timing is not appropriate. Most actions are taken in view of the election.


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