UPDATE : Video: Former DIG Vass Gunawardana remanded till the 24th.

Tuesday, 08 October 2013 - 19:34

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A key suspect of the Malabe Private University student Nipuna Ramanayake abduction and assault case and former DIG Vass Gunawardana was remanded by the Kaduwela Magistrate till 24th of this month.

 

Although Vass Gunawardana’s lawyers requested bail in this case when it was taken for hearing today, the Magistrate rejected Vass Gunawardana’s bail application.

UPDATE Wednesday, 09 October 2013 - 1:06 PM

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Vaas Gunawaradana named a suspect in Malabe student assault. 

 

The Attorney General named former DIG Vass Gunawardana as a main suspect in the Malabe Private University student Nipuna Ramanayake abduction and assault case.

 

Our correspondent said that the Attorney General informed the Colombo Additional Magistrate Mohammad Sahabdeen his decision today.

 

The Colombo Additional Magistrate ordered the Prison Department to produce the suspect before the Kaduwela Magistrate Court when the case is taken for hearing tomorrow.

 

The wife and the son of the former DIG Vass Gunawardana were also accused of assaulting Nipuna Ramanayake on the 9th of August 2009.

 

Later a party on behalf of Nipuna Ramanayake filed a fundamental rights case in the Supreme Court.

 



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