Thursday, March 21, 2013

Hirunika summoned to court

Hirunika Premachandra and her three security personnel has been summoned to court on March 27 over the barging in to the premises of 175, Kynsey road, Borella and assaulting one person.

Taking up the case, Colombo Additional Magistrate Praharsha Ranasinghe has further ordered the Borella police to take necessary action with regard to the case.

One Dhammika Peiris Wickremeratne, the owner of the private business venture Design Logic had made a complaint with the Borella police that Hirunika was attempting to usurp public property of the Road Development Authority.

The complaint states that the suspects have demanded plants to be potted in front of the building and has threatened to break his legs and kill him.

In his complaint, the businessman had stated that one security guard has even slapped him.
Speaking in court, Borella police CI Anuruddha Bandara has said that the incident has been recorded in the CCTV cameras.

OIC Borella police, Chief Inspector Mr. B. M.A. Bandaranayake, who  alowed bail for Hirunika Premachandra, daughter of slain  MP  Bharatha Lakshman Premachandra has been  transferred out. 

Hirunika was thus granted bail  following an incident where she was arrested by the Borella police  for attempting to evict forcibly  a  group of persons from  the premises of 175, Kynsey road.
Bail was granted when the case pertaining to the landdispute was being heard in Court No.2 in Hultsdorf. The Borella OIC has been transferred to Avissawella.

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