An altercation that had taken place between two students during an educational workshop had led to one of the boys cutting the other with a stencil cutter.
This altercation had taken place during an educational workshop organized by the Badulla Zonal Education office for the students who sat for the GCE O/L exam and got below 40 marks.
The police revealed that the student who was attacked had a wound in his back that was about eight inches wide and he was warded at the Badulla General Hospital.
The student who was alleged to have committed this dastardly act against a fellow student had been produced in the Badulla Magistrate's Court and was later remanded. He was to be produced for an identification parade. (Palitha Ariyawansa)
ANTON Friday, 13 October 2017 10:02
AT LEAST, THESE BOYS ARE MORE QUALIFIED , WITH 40 MARKS IN O/L , THAN OUR PRESENT PARLIAMENTARIANS.
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shanthapriya Friday, 13 October 2017 11:49
Good lesson. If you are to save your back get over 40 marks at O/L
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firstname.lastname@example.org Friday, 13 October 2017 17:36
Why on earth does the boy have to be in an identification parade? The IP is generally for those who attack people under cover or in the event where there are no other witnesses. One wonders what the supervising teachers were doing at the seminar?
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DillonDP Tuesday, 17 October 2017 09:52
We can see the quality of them they have no regards or worries that they have even failed.
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