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Puttalam Qazi court judge arrested for accepting bribe

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Puttalam, April 24 (Daily Mirror) - A judge from the Puttalam Qazi Court has been arrested by officials from the Commission to Investigate Bribery or Corruption, for accepting a Rs. 5,000 bribe. 

The arrest followed a complaint from a resident of the Vettalai area in Puttalam. 

The judge had allegedly demanded the bribe from a woman in exchange for issuing a divorce certificate related to a court judgment. 

Following his arrest, the suspect was produced before the Puttalam Magistrate's Court and remanded until May 6.

  Comments - 11

  • Jayantha Wednesday, 24 April 2024 10:07 AM

    We are in 2024 but still muslim law and various other ethnic or regional law exists. Not a single politician had the backbone to remove these and have a single law. We need new set of 225. Not these old guys.

    Grace Wednesday, 24 April 2024 10:45 AM

    Rs.5000 is a peanut for the judge. This is only to buy juices and soft drinks for his family.

    Premalal Perera Wednesday, 24 April 2024 11:53 AM

    A cheap nut job doesn't even know the art of corruption

    Roshanaly Wednesday, 24 April 2024 01:12 PM

    None of the Muslim MP will support the reform because of the vote base. Former Justice Minister Ali Sabri had better chance since he was elected from the National List.

    ravin Wednesday, 24 April 2024 01:26 PM

    Wasn't it in news some time ago Quiz court system was abended sometime ago? If I recollect my memories well it was announced by same community minister holding an important portfolio at that time.

    Imcanes Wednesday, 24 April 2024 01:29 PM

    Amazing for 5000 SLR, he is arrested, what about the bigger crooks, Rest of the comments, pls look af the bigger picture.

    Por Wednesday, 24 April 2024 02:47 PM


    Wake up Muslim community! Wednesday, 24 April 2024 05:15 PM

    Rs.5000/- bribe! This shows the standard of his living and the level of his thinking. He would not have imagined that he will be trapped by Bribery Commission. Whatever it is, give him appropriate punishment. Ignorance and poverty is not the criteria to judge a crime.

    Stanley Wednesday, 24 April 2024 05:41 PM

    Rs. 5000 or 5 millions - bribe is a bribe! Sadly, the big bribe takers are still running and ruining our country.

    Kanyapalan Seenibolan Thursday, 25 April 2024 03:25 PM

    How about taking Kappam! Asking bribes! They can be ministers of this country - there is no LAW

    Adwani Thursday, 25 April 2024 08:49 PM

    When the officials from Coconut Development Board demanded bribe from foreigners who showed interest to buy our cocopit, the commissioner has not investigated at all. The women has brought Rs.5,000 claiming to have no change for documentation charges, while informing officials that the Qazi is demanding money.

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