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Court orders arrest of Nethicumara if attempts to leave country

2017-12-07 20:26:18
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The Fort Magistrate's Court today ordered the Controller of Immigration and Emigration to prevent Shanil Nethicumara - who had allegedly threatened Anika Wijesuriya, a witness in the Treasury bond investigations - from leaving the country .

The Fort Magistrate made this direction considering a motion filed by the CID seeking an order to prevent the suspect Shanil Nethicumara from leaving the country in an illegal manner.

They told the Magistrate that they had asked Shanil to appear before the CID to record his statement for allegedly threatening witness Anika of the Treasury bond investigation.

However, the suspect is reportedly absconding the CID and attempting to go overseas. They said the Court had already restrained the suspect from leaving the country.

Hence the Magistrate made the order on the Controller of Immigration and Emigration. The Supreme Court earlier dismissed the Fundamental Rights Petition filed by Shanil Nethicumara seeking an order preventing an imminent arrest for threatening Anika Wijesuriya, who had rented out a penthouse at Monarch Residencies to former Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake and his family. (T. Farook Thajudeen)


  Comments - 5

  • Bond thieves Friday, 8 December 2017 05:47

    What about uncle Ravi he is still using PMs. power. So uncle Ravi will help him to leave the country. via DM Android App

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    ANTON Friday, 8 December 2017 08:09

    PEOPLE WHO SHOUT UNDER INFLUENCE OF LIQUOR ARE ARRESTED WITHIN A COUPLE OF HOURS BY 119 SQUAD.

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    Don Juwan Friday, 8 December 2017 09:04

    Neththikumara, have the patience for another few months until the treasury bond case comes to an end.Then you will be free along with other accused who will get an order to pay a fine of Rs.100.00 each.

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    daham Friday, 8 December 2017 13:35

    These men getting into trouble because of wealth.

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    Shanil Nethicumara Saturday, 9 December 2017 06:20

    What is the problem here?? I have done absolutely wrong. I challenge anyone to prove me wrong in a court of law. Unfortunately however, this government is clearly afraid of my political ambitions.

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