ITAK seeks withdrawal of injunction order against its decision

[TamilNet, Saturday, 07 August 2010, 04:44 GMT]
Thamizh Arasuk Kadchi (ITAK) party Jaffna parliamentarian N. A. Sumanthiran appeared Friday on behalf of ITAK and filed a petition seeking the withdrawal of the injunction order served by Jaffna District Court on the expulsion of three of its members from the party by ITAK. The three ITAK members had filed a petition 02 August against the decision by ITAK to expel them from the party because they had contested in the last general election on All Ceylon Tamil Congress ticket, sources in Jaffna said.

Gowri Mukunthan, the Chairman of Trincomalee Urban Council and member Ms. Kanmani Amma and a member of Trincomalee Pretheasa Sapai are the three ITAK members expelled from the party and their present positions.

Jaffna District Court magistrate Annalingam Premshankar said that he would issue the verdict on the petition 20 August.

 

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