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Jagath Prasanna Tennekoon and other

43683 - Attanagalle Magistrate Court

The pastor of the church was asked to relocated premises due to the level of noise caused by religious activities.

Badalgama Vipulasiri Thero and others v Kuppuswamy Wijayan and Nadkunam Manogaran

38759/18/P1 - Puttalam Magistrate Court

Parties complained of noise pollution created by a newly constructed ‘Christian Family Church’

Officer in Charge, Batticaloa vs Muralitharan Satheeskumar (Batticaloa)

23650/PC/13 - Batticaloa Magistrate Court

Opponent agreed to refrain from arousing conflict regarding the religious practices of the pastor

Officer in Charge Viduthalaitheevu v. Pirathopar Premanathan and 5 others (of the first party) and Jathees Edmund Jenitas and 4 others (2nd party)

AR/673/18 Mullativu MC - மன்னார் நீதவான் நீதிமன்றம்

Catholic priests and locals opposed the idea of establishing a temporary church structure in the premises of the pastor for the purpose of protection from weather conditions during worship activities.

G. Sunil Jayatissa and another (Pastor Jayatissa case)

L89921 - Negambo Magistrate Court

Allegations were placed against Pastor Jayatissa by the chief prelate of the area for noise and air pollution caused by construction of the church and Sunday mass.


MC22587 - N/A

On 24th February 2019, at approximately 09:15 a.m., as the pastor and her congregants were preparing for the Sunday worship service, a mob of around 200 individuals led by 04 Buddhist monks forcibly entered the church premises and demanded the pastor stop her worship activities immediately.

Parties names are not mentioned 

AR/673/18 Mullativu MC - Magistrate's Court

Area residents (mostly Hindus) were agitated by a visit made by a Buddhist monk to a land where a kovil is located in Kurunthamalai in Mullaitivu District.

Ahnaf Jazeem

B13101/19 - N/A

The accused is a poet and teacher, who published a Thamil poetry book titled ‘Navarasam(நவரச)’, a collection of poems that he had written from time-to-time.