Secretary Of The Judicial Services Commission Was Assaulted By A Group Of Unidentified Men

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The secretary of the Judicial Services Commission Manjula Thilakarathne has been admitted to the Colombo National Hospital. He was assaulted by a group of four unidentified men in Mount Lavinia this morning, the according to the Police .

Justice Minister Rauff Hakeem strongly condemned the assault as an act that is likely to trigger far reaching repercussions. Last week Manjula Tillekaratne said “A situation has arisen where there is a danger to the security of all of us and our families beginning from the person holding the highest position in the judicial system,”

“I absolutely reject the malicious and baseless allegations levelled against me and the Judicial Services Commission these days. We see the only reason for this malicious mudslinging campaign was the media statement issued by me on the directions of the Judicial Services Commission,” Manjula Tillekaratne said.

In the Cabinet meeting President Mahinda Rajapaksa had discussed the possibility of initiating disciplinary action against the JSC Secretary over a complaint. Meanwhile President Rajapaksa orders the IGP to take action to bring perpetrators to Justice.

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20 Responses to Secretary Of The Judicial Services Commission Was Assaulted By A Group Of Unidentified Men

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    That is the way our boss is!

    Pro SLFP
    October 7, 2012 at 7:50 am
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      The Rajapakse Bros and Gota the white van goon whose specialiy it is o harass, intimidate all who disagree with the dictaorship have unleased his goons on the JSC. JSC shoudl join with FUTA and other professional for regime change..

      dinuk
      October 8, 2012 at 7:15 am
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      Your Boss “The Dictator” has gone mad. With too much power. This is the begining of the end of corrupt and violent Rajapakse family clan.

      Ben Hurling
      October 8, 2012 at 10:54 pm
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    I Condemn the brutal attack on the secretary to the Judicial Services commission for having spoken out and talking on the pressure that is bought on him by the so called powerful people. Where is this country heading for? Doesn’t the government want an independent judicial in this country? This is why all political parties have to get together to protect this country from war mongers and a dictatorial government. We have seen several countries and governments falling after attacking the judiciary. It’s time for the opposition to immediately get together and demand for the immediate implementation of the judiciary service commission, the police commission and the election commission. This attack has to be condemn by every peace loving citizens of this country.

    A. Salley
    October 7, 2012 at 8:01 am
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    How long is this bugger MR allowed to kill and assault people who are innimical to him? He is openly violating all norms. Here MR talks about the Secretary JSC at a Cabinet Meeting, wanting to charge him maliciously and the next moment the Sec. JSC is assaulted and hospitalised. I believe MR is stretching his luck a little too far and before long he will meet his waterloo.

    gamini
    October 7, 2012 at 9:15 am
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      People are the problem – they have to realize the gravity of the problem that the entire nation is facing today. Majority folks are mum not reacting accordingly. Whatever he answers – people and the opposition keep quiet.

      Sam
      October 7, 2012 at 12:23 pm
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      @Gamini… Welcome to Paradise. People voted for the Rajapakses and let them enjoy the “Luck” they wanted, and Wished for. People like Malinda, Blacker, Dyan and many others shower praises on them. Good Luck to them, and the R Bros… might hang on to power for a few more years and ruin the country, more. University lecturers, students, teachers, doctors, lawyers and now judges are at war with the Rajapakses… Which group is next? Parasites?

      Donald J Gnanakone
      October 8, 2012 at 1:13 am
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      HAS THE WOODPECKKER PECKED ON THE WRONG TREE???????????//

      AYMAN
      October 8, 2012 at 5:04 am
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    MR giving a sermon in a cabinet where Mervin and the likes of Mervin are also members. Subsequently, JSC secretary has been assaulted by known un-known thugs of Sri Lanka. This is the pattern for past many years and how long will he continue this? The whole Sri Lanka is heading for a disaster and people will suffer without a hope.

    Mary
    October 7, 2012 at 9:43 am
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    Thuggery and intimidation, the hallmarks of this dictatorship. Time for Sri Lankan spring.

    Panda
    October 7, 2012 at 11:22 am
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    REINCARNATION OF THE POL POT REGIME IN ANOTHER FACE.

    JULAAMPITYE AMARAYA
    October 7, 2012 at 3:26 pm
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    Those who cheered including JSC Secretary, CJ, Judicial Service commission members, FUTA members, university students when innocent 150,000 Tamisl were murdered, war crimes were perpetrated. Crime against humanity was committed, must get the same treatment. There is nothing to cry about

    Raja
    October 7, 2012 at 6:41 pm
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    Idi Mahin is a MAD dictator. It is a question of kapalla, beepalla, marapalla, ukapanlla, jolly karappalla etc.etc.

    Shanker-Iyer
    October 7, 2012 at 11:37 pm
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    After 2 weeks JSC secretary withdrew the case he is not assaulted by anyone and he is acted a DRAMA>

    Lankan
    October 8, 2012 at 2:27 am
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    IF WE SRI LANKANS ARE GOING TO ACCEPT THE STATEMENT OF THESE BUGGERS LIKE RAUF HAKEEM AND HIS BOSS CONDEMNING THIS WE ARE A BUNCH OF IDIOTS. THIS IS THE TIME, FOR EVERYONE TRUE SRI LANKAN IRRESPECTIVE OF CASTE CREED ETHNICITY, TO STEP OUT AND JOIN THE OTHERS TO SAVE THIS COUNTRY FROM THE RAJAPAKSE DICTATORSHIP. WE HAVE TOLERATED THIS LONG ENOUGH. ITS TIME THE ENTIRE OPPOSITION GET TOGETHER AND GET THE PEOPLE OUT AND BRING ABOUT THE END OF THIS REGIME, FOR THE SAKE OF OUR FUTURE GENERATIONS. LET US TAKE A LESSON FROM THE “ARAB SPRING”

    AYMAN
    October 8, 2012 at 5:02 am
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    it is ironic that even proffesionals in this country leave alone the commmon man are yet to realize and comprehend the gravity and the danger of the current situation. When I discussed the matter with several members of the medical profession they appeared bemused and had accepted this attack it as another every day occurence.God help this country!

    Dr.R.de.S.Seneviratne
    October 8, 2012 at 2:45 pm
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    Why are we at this point trying to group up ? There is NO WAY you can get all Sri Lankans to join the picketing parade !!!!!

    rufus
    October 9, 2012 at 6:09 am
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    Political involvement defenitley. The absence of an independence judiciary is the main cause for all these. If this continues there will be no hope and future for Sri Lanka.

    Arak
    October 10, 2012 at 6:51 am
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    Very soon the JSC secretary will say that he was not assaulted and in a fit of depression he decided to self harm himself.Also a inquiry will be held as to his conduct and he will be punished for making statements against the regime.He will be also charged for being a peodfile for hanging around St.Thomas college.

    shankar
    October 13, 2012 at 12:10 am
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    Or, in the nature of the new culture, the Judge who appears to have a grouse against Tilakeratne may have given a “Contract” to the underworld to take vaaduva from the JSC Secretary. That is what the judiciary here has now come to – or made to come to. Pick your choice. Senguttuvan

    Senguttuvan
    October 14, 2012 at 10:57 pm
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