The three writs of Mandamus filed at the Mulaitheevu Court has been rejected by the Mulaitheevu courts and the cases for examining case reports has postponed to May 22nd by Vavuniya courts, said AAL, K.S.Ratnavel.
When these three writs of Mandamus were filed at the Vavuniya Court, the Vavuniya court, called for the report of the Mulaitheevu Court on the cases.
The Mulaitheevu court has reported that there are inconsistencies in the evidence as to the variety of the vehicles and their numbers had not been clearly stated and had directed that the defendants need not be held responsible for the disappearances .
The AAL for the plaintiffs argued that the Mulaitheevu court was only asked for a report and it has no power to pass a judgement. Following this the Vavuniya judge had postponed the case to May 22nd.