FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS PETITION HEARING ON DECEMBER 12
They stated there was no evidence to prove they had committed or were in connection with any criminal offence as alleged by the Police The petitioners contended that in any event, no citizen should be discriminated for holding a dissenting political opinion to that of the executive or the ruling party
BY S.S. SELVANAYAGAM
The Supreme Court on Thursday fixed for December 12 the hearing of the fundamental rights petition filed by wife and brother-in-law of the printer Jayampathi Bulathsinhala who allegedly printed posters against the President in 2010.
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