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The female inmates who were protesting on top of the roof of the Welikada Prison called off their protest following a discussion with the officials of the Justice Ministry, sources said.

A spokesman for the ministry said the protest was called off after the ministry officials agreed to look into the delay in their court cases.

A group of female inmates yesterday launched the protest over the delay in their court cases.

 

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  • Ceylon Tuesday, 14 August 2018 09:59 PM

    Very fair demand.why delay?????.ittakes 17 years for a case for judgement.no reason but corruotions and ministers inability do her job.some famous are getting bail to go hokidays for three months and six minths continuesly and these poor has to bail.

    Pradeep Wednesday, 15 August 2018 05:58 AM

    They want the case expedited so that they can go back to their family business. Every single day in remand is wealth not collected while every other person is making money.


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