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Colombo, Dec.5 (Daily Mirror) - Newly appointed Sports Minister Harin Fernando today sought further time from the Court of Appeal to take a decision on the writ petition filed over the Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) interim committee.

President's Counsel Kushan de Alwis appearing on behalf of Minister Harin Fernando informed the court that he needs further time to go through the relevant documents before taking a decision regarding the petition.

The Court of Appeal two-judge-bench comprising Justices Sobhitha Rajakaruna and D.N. Samarakoon fixed the petition for December 13.


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  • Lm Tuesday, 05 December 2023 12:58 PM

    Before opening the mouth think. One week became one month. Everywhere jumping.

    Chux Tuesday, 05 December 2023 01:17 PM

    We all know why?? He wants to clear all the crooks

    Man Tuesday, 05 December 2023 02:07 PM

    Buying time to sabotage the desire of majority as his boss, at the helm.

    Ram Tuesday, 05 December 2023 02:07 PM

    Get the assets of all CLC Board members, advisors etc investigated. Check the passports for official and unofficial overseas travel, question them on the money spent etc to find the amounts they have robbed

    navi Tuesday, 05 December 2023 11:30 PM

    Court of Appeal need to act on the Audit report and not what Harin will do.

    Ratna Wednesday, 06 December 2023 05:08 AM

    Buying time is the ruse imbedded in the corrupt legal system in Sri Lanka.

    Boru Na... Atha ..... Atha ..... Atha .... (100% truth) Wednesday, 06 December 2023 11:25 AM

    Harin's plan is to hide or do-up changes and that is why he is asking for one week. He himself a crook never to be trusted. Every other day, he gets in to Bothels, how he will have time to attend to vital matters.

    Do Doo Dooo Na Wednesday, 06 December 2023 11:28 AM

    Harin also had become a No. 2 - Ranil who could bluff and cheat, but now people are not fools.

    Roger Fernando [Attorney-at-Law] Wednesday, 06 December 2023 11:30 AM

    Hay man Harin, why you want one week time. We cannot accept your request. You are planning to do some "Gil-Mal" for the documents, this is clear.


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