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Hambantota clash: one released, 24 re-remanded


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Twenty-four suspects were further remanded till February 27 by Hambantota Magistrate Manjula Karunaratne over the clash during a protest in Hambantota recently.

One suspect was released with three sureties of Rs. 500, 000 each to attend his sister’s wedding.

They were remanded on charges of violating court orders and damaging public property, during a protest in Hambantota. (Sanath Gamage)

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  • kaboos Monday, 13 February 2017 12:59 PM

    These innocent protesters should understand these politicians will lay down our life for their country. . These fellows will lose their jobs too for not reporting to work. Hope that will not happen.

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