Nimalarajan murder inquiry report handed over to AG

[TamilNet, Tuesday, 27 April 2004, 15:31 GMT]
Mr.Ranjith de Silva, Officer-in-charge of the Special Investigation Unit of the Jaffna Police, Tuesday told Jaffna Magistrate Mr. R.T.Viknaraja that he had submitted the dossier of his inquiry into the murder of Jaffna based journalist Mr.Mylvaganam Nimalarajan to the Attorney General, legal sources said.

The Nimalarajan murder case was taken up for further inquiry Tuesday in the Jaffna magistrate's court. The two suspects including an activist of the paramilitary Eelam People's Democratic Party (EPDP), Kandasamy Jegatheeswaran alias Jegan, were produced from remand, legal sources said.

At that stage Mr.Ranjith de Silva brought to the notice of the court that he had completed his inquiry into the murder, which took place about three years ago and had forwarded his final report to the Attorney General for further action, legal sources said.

The Magistrate ordered further remand for the two suspects and put off the inquiry for June 8, legal sources said.

 

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