The Colombo Magistrate’s Court has directed the counsel appearing for a former leading member of the LTTE’s women’s wing to consult the Attorney General to send her for rehabilitation in order to re-integrate her with society.
Colombo Chief Magistrate Rashmi Singapulli has directed the counsel appearing for LTTE Women’s Division Leader Subramaniam Sivagami alias Thamalini to discuss with the Attorney General on the possibility of sending Thamilini for rehabilitation.
The Magistrate has issued the directive following submissions from Thamilini’s counsel that the suspect who was remanded for over two years in remand prison was undergoing imprisonment and hardships without being charged.
The counsel had said his client’s younger days were taken away by the LTTE and now she had to spend the rest of her life in imprisonment.
Meanwhile, the CID has said that it had sent the extracts of the investigation report to the Attorney Genera’s Department and that Department was yet to take any action on it.