Wennappuwa PS member, sister remanded for obstructing police duties

21 August 2019 04:34 pm - 2     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


The member of Wennappuwa Pradeshiya Sabha, Dulakshi Chamodari Fernando (21) and her elder sister had been remanded until August 30 by the Marawila Magistrate for obstructing the duties of police officers at the CeyNor junction in Wennappuwa.

However, when the suspects were produced before the Marawila Magistrate's Court today, the Magistrate had ordered the councillor’s father (Saman Ashok Kumar Fernando) and her younger sister (Nimasha Navanjali Fernando) to be released on bail with three cash bails of Rs.100,000 and one surety.

  Comments - 2

  • Lord Wolfstein Thursday, 22 August 2019 09:25 AM

    Who voted for such fat eaten, unkempt, uneducated and criminal crook as representatives of the people?

    johan Thursday, 22 August 2019 01:20 PM

    The media and the NGO must educate the masses to whom they should vote. If they have studied properly and not lazy why do they go for politics.Because that is easy money earning job.

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