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Supreme Court Rejects Application to Suspend Contempt of Court Proceedings Against C.V Wigneswaran in the Appeal Court But Re-fixes for Support on Sep 28 the Special Leave to Appeal Filed by Northern Chief Minister Against Court of Appeal Court’s Interim Order.

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Lakmal Sooriyagoda

The Supreme Court on Wednesday re-fixed for support on September 28, the special leave to appeal filed by Northern Province Chief Minister C.V. Wigneswaran challenging the Court of Appeal’s Interim Order to prevent Wigneswaran’s decision to remove B. Denishwaran from functioning as the Fisheries and Transport Minister in the Province.



Meanwhile, the Supreme Court decided to reject an application made by the Chief Minister’s counsel that contempt of court proceedings against Wigneswaran at the Court of Appeal be suspended.

In his appeal, Chief Minister Wigneswaran cited B. Deneswaran, Governor Reginald Cooray and five members of the Board of Ministers as respondents.

The Court of Appeal on June 29 issued an Interim Order preventing the decision of Northern Province Chief Minister C.V. Wigneswaran to expel B. Denishwaran from functioning as the Fisheries and Transport Minister in the Province.

Courtesy:Daily News

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