Verdict On Tangalle PS Chairman To Be Given In Two Weeks

The Colombo High Court today assured that it was intending to pronounce it's judgment on the killing of British national and NGO worker Khuram Shaikh, within the next two weeks. 

While directing all the parties to make their submissions by next Friday (11), High Court Judge Rohini Walgama made this remark when the case was taken up for trail today.

Former Tangalle PS Chairman Sampath Chandrapushpa Vidanapathirana and five other accused Lahiru Kelum, Saman Deshapriya, M. Sarath alias Sahan, and S.

Prageeth Chaturanga, had been indicted by the Attorney General for murdering Khuram Shaikh and gang raping his girlfriend Victoria at the Tangalle Nature Resort on December 25, 2011.

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