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Release of Duminda Silva threats to Lankan judiciary system: Hirunika
[ Sunday, 28 April 2013, 03:56.11 PM GMT +05:30 ]
Hirunika Premachandra, daughter of the late presidential advisor Baratha Lakshman Premachchandra said release of Duminda Silva has misled the judiciary activities of this country.

We are suspicious over law and order followed by the present government in this country. Supporters of the father face various threats in this society. Release of Duminda Silva has created more threats to their lives.

As law college student I’m fear over threats cause to the judiciary system of this country. Lawyers of the Duminda Silva informed the court that he was not fully recovered.

She further noted while leaving the hospital there are no changes in the appearance of Duminda Silva, faced several critical operations in his skull.

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