Raviraj murder case: order to call the petition

The petition filed by the Colombo High Court that the decision of the Colombo High Court to acquit the defendants of the TNA MP Nadaraja Raviraj from the murder of the defendants of the Tamil Tiger rebels has been called up on the 30th.

That is the order of the Court of Appeal.

The petition filed by the MP's wife, Shashikala Raviraj, was heard before Appeal Court Judge, Achala Vangapulli.

The lawyer appearing on behalf of the petitioner has informed the court that Prasad Hettiarachchi, a suspect in the case, has now been remanded. However, he has not been given notice so far.

The Court of Appeal has granted leave to proceed with the case filed by the petitioner requesting the filing of the petition by the petitioner on the 30th of January.

When the Attorney General had filed a case under the Prevention of Terrorism Act by the Attorney General under the Prevention of Terrorism Act, the Colombo High Court decided to examine it in the High Court judgments before the jury and annul the verdict by the Colombo High Court Jurisdiction and appeal to them have.

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