Rishad released on bail
Mannar Magistrate granted bail on the Minister of Industry and Commerce, Rishad Bathiudeen who was summoned in connection with alleged threat on a judge, damaging the court premises and provoking the public.
Bathiudeen was released on Rs. 10,000 cash bail and surety bail with two sureties each Rs. 500,000.
On August 13, the Minister was issued summons to appear before court in connection with a threat to Mannar Magistrate to change an arrest order while a mob had stoned the court complex in July 18. Thirteen persons have been arrested for waging an assault on the Mannar Court complex.
On the same issue the Appeal Court had also summoned Minister Bathiudeen to personally appear before court on September 5.
Courtesy: DM Online
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Let the law take it’s course of action. Now the matter is “sub-judicial”. These incidents and much media coverage will definitively bring relief to the thousands of Muslims who were driven out of Mannar and especially Jaffana, robbed of all their belongings and their savings (women’s gold jewelery)in 1990 by the ruthless LTTE, then. Rishad Bathideen was and is the MOSES to the people of the North. He will have divine blessings to be the victor and lead his people back to Mannar and to the North to resettle, Insha Allah.
yes that is 100% right. these racial hindus chased muslims without any thing. now these ass hole hindus can not do any thing.