11 Young Tamil Boys Kidnap: DKP Dassanayake released today

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11 Young Tamil Boys Kidnap suspect released

DKP Dassanayake released today

The former media spokesman, DKP Dassanayake, was detained in connection with the disappearance of 11 Tamils been released by The Colombo Magistrate Judge Lanka Jayaratna today along with  6 other persons including Dasanayake.

Already  Colombo High Court Judge Manilal Vaidyathilaku on the 9th of this month ordered each suspect 100,000/- cash and one 3 of one Million each personal bail and released on bail.

Today (12) when the case was taken before the Colombo Magistrates Court, the magistrate Justice Lanka Jayaratna ordered the release on bail.

Also Every Saturday they have been ordered to appear in the Colombo Criminal Investigation Department.

If the pressure is given to the witnesses or disrupts the investigations, the bail will be cancelled and ordered to be remanded again.

It is noteworthy that in the period of 2008-2009,   In the ElevenTamils were allegedly kidnapped and made disappeared incident these 6 persons were charged.

For the last 6 months, DKP Dassanayake kept in the custody in Welisara nave camp and, having been treated at Welisara Navy Hospital from  July 12 last year. Dasanayaka has been remanded for more than six months.

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Politician made school principal to kneel down: Keerthi Tennakoon calls for action

Keerthi Tennakoon, Executive Director of the CaFFE Organization and Sri Lanka Human Rights Center, has sent a letter to the Secretary of the Ministry of Education to demand the investigation of the main political figure of Uva Province.

 He Requested to investigate a incident where, a Tamil Girls school Principal in Badulla , been called upon by the politician to his official residence, made the principal to kneel down and apologize him and demanded her to admit a girl to the school.

The parents took a letter from this politician and went to see the Principal regarding admission of their daughter to the school.