No bail for Upali Kodikara, remanded till Oct. 23

No bail for Upali Kodikara, remanded till Oct. 23

October 19, 2015   02:30 pm

The Colombo Chief Magistrate today (19) remanded former Western Provincial Minister Upali Kodikara who was arrested for allegedly obstructing a police officer at the BMICH premises where sittings were held to question the former President.


Upali Kodikara was remanded till October 23, Ada Derana reporter said.


The former PC Minister was arrested when he arrived at the Cinnamon Garden police station to give a statement in this regard.


The police charge that Kodikara had attempted to enter a hall where the sittings were taking place by the Presidential Commission of Inquiry (CoI), despite the announcement of the commission’s officials.

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