The Vavuniya High Court yesterday postponed the hearing on the 3 Writs of Mandamus filed on behalf of 3 persons who had gone missing after surrendering to the Army at Vadduvagal, at the end of the war in 2009.
Primary inquiries were held at the Mulaitheevu Courts, as per the instructions of the Vavuniya High Court. The primary inquiry being completed, the Reports of the cases had been sent to Vavuniya High Court.
Consequently, these cases were taken up before Vavuniya High Court Judge, N.M.M.Abdulah yesterday to decide about the next stage of activities regarding the cases.
After it had been disclosed that the going missing had occurred in Vadduvakal, the Vavuniya High Court ordered the Mulaitheevu Court to inquire into the incidents and to submit report on them.
Accordingly, the Reports regarding the inquiries held had been sent to Vavuniya High Court.
However as the certified copies of the reports had not been received by the plaintiffs, the Vavuniya High Court had postponed the cases to July 9thallowing time for the plaintiffs to receive the certified copies of the Reports, said Senior AAL, K.S Ratnavel, who appeared on behalf of the Plaintiffs.