Dean of the Colombo Law Faculty, Dr. V.T. Tamilmaran regretted that certain politicians were trying to tarnish his image by unnecessarily dragging him into the schoolgirl S. Vithya’s brutal murder in Punkuduthivu.
Tamilmaran told Ceylon Today that since Punkuduthivu being his home town he had gone there to assess the situation over the brutal killing of Vithya.
“I am very much aware about the misconduct of one of the 10 suspects who returned from Switzerland. The suspect M. Kumar visited Punkuduthivu on and off, and whenever he arrived there he created big problems to the people in the area. In fact I sought Police assistance in arresting the suspect. However, the guy had managed to escape while he was in the Police custody,” Tamilmaran said……………..… READ ALL
Chief Justice K. Sripavan and Inspector General of Police N.K. Illangakoon visited Jaffna yesterday and assessed damages caused to the Jaffna Co…
The Minister of Justice Wijeyadasa Rajapakshe today announced that Lankan government has taken all measures to grant justice towards 18- years old schoolgirl, Vidhya kidnaped, raped and killed at Kayts, Jaffna…………………. READ ALL
State Minister of Child Affairs Rosy Senanayake said some people were attempting to gain political advantage from the incident where an 18-year-old girl was raped and killed at Punguditivu in Jaffna recently…………………. READ ALL