Enjoining order in Anandasangaree case extended
[TamilNet, Wednesday, 14 January 2004, 15:44 GMT]
The Colombo Additional District Judge Mr.W.Ganepola Wednesday extended the
enjoining order preventing the Secretary General and Senior Vice President
of the Tamil United Liberation Front (TULF) from summoning the central
working committee or any meeting of the TULF without the permission of the
party's President Mr.V.Ananadasangaree and rejected the application moved
by respondents to vacate the enjoining order, legal sources said.
In his application Mr.Anandasangaree sought the court to issue an order
preventing the respondents from summoning the central working committee of
the party without his written permission. Mr.Anandasangaree cited
Mr.R.Sampanthan and Mr.Joseph Pararajasingham as respondents, legal sources
The Colombo Additional District Judge first issued an enjoining order
preventing the respondents from summoning any meetings of the TULF without
the written permission of the petitioner Mr.Anandasangaree on December 17
last year. When the application was taken up for second time on that date
the court extended the enjoining order till January 14.
When the case was taken up for further hearing Wednesday the Additional
District Judge extended the enjoining order till January 26 and put off the
further inquiry into the application of Mr.Anandasangaree on that date. The
Additional District Judge rejected the application seeking the vacation of
enjoining order, legal sources said.