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The Marawila Magistrate’s Court today issued notice on Wennappuwa Pradesiya Sabha Chairman K.V Susantha Perera and five others on their decision to ban Muslims to trade at the Dankotuwa sathi pola (market), police said.

The notice was issued after the Dankotuwa police informed the Court based on a complaint lodged against the Wennappuwa Pradesiya Sabha Chairman’s to issue an order preventing Muslims from trading at the Dankotuwa market.

Accordingly, the Court issued notice on the relevant individuals to appear before the Court on Friday (28) asking them to explain on what grounds they had taken a decision to ban Muslims to trade in the Dankotuwa market. (Sheain Fernandopulle)   


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  • Man Wednesday, 26 June 2019 09:18 AM

    Sinhalese shall not force extremism on ordinary Muslims. It's an insane act if they are not accused and no charges.

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