Judicial Services Commission Secretary Manjula Tillekaratne, who was at the National Hospital following an assault on him, has been discharged today.
Manjula Tillekaratne was admitted to the hospital yesterday morning following an assault by some unidentified men at Mt.Lavinia.
Meanwhile, the court ordered 5 mobile companies to hand over a report containing all the details of calls received and calls made through the mobile phone of Manjula Thilakarathna.
Court activities have been disrupted island wide resulting in the vacation of duties by Judges, a move which comes in dissent against the assault launched on the Secretary of the Judicial Services Commission Majula Thillekerathna yesterday.
Issuing a release the Judges Association of Sri Lanka has stated that judges were due to converge in Colombo tomorrow.
Meanwhile according to our court correspondent cases due to be taken up before all courts island wide today will be recalled on the 22nd of this month, while cases due to be heard before the Magistrates Court today will be recalled on the 12th of this month.
Decrying yesterday's attack which was launched on the Secretary of the JSC Attorneys engaged in a protest before the Hulftsdorp courts complex today.
Meanwhile, several media briefings were held today in Colombo and various views were expressed regarding the assault launched on the Secretary of the Judicial Services Commission Majula Thillekerathna.
UNP MP Gayantha Karunathilaka expressing views had this to say….
JVP MP Vijitha Herath adrrenng the JVP media brefing expressed thses views.
Environment minister Anura Priyadarshana Yapa states that this attack was carried out in order to put the government into difficulty.
Police Media Spokesperson SSP Ajith Rohana expressing his views to our news team stated that three special police teams functioning under the Colombo Crimes Division were deployed to probe investigations into the attack.