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Secretary, Pradeshiya Shabha Chavakachcheri ,Tax Assessor Pradeshiya Shabha Chavakachcheri v. Selvarathinam Yogarasa

No.21528 - Magistrate Court Chavakachcheri

The accused has established a place of worship without the approval of the council.

Officer in Charge, Akkaraipattu v. Mohamed Muhusini Mohamed Nowsath  and another

58817/PC/2020 - Akkaraipattu Magistrate Court

Case No: 13

Valachenai Magistrate Court

PC/50001/19 - Valachenai Magistrate Court

Case No: 14

Sinnithamby Suthatharan and Navarathinam Anujan v. Loganathan Kamalanathan 

PC/23886 - Batticaloa Magistrate Court

Complaints made on both parties’ sides regarding public nuisance and disturbance to religious activities

William Eswarathas, Erathinasigham Yogenthirarasa, Rasaiah Gobalasingam and Jeevaradnam Karunakaran v. Sanmuganathan Navaratnarajah and Navaradnarajah Ajantha

PC 24189 - Batticaloa Magistrate Court

Complaint made regarding public disturbances and public nuisance caused by Sanmugunathan Navaradnarajah and Navaradnarajah Ajantha

Officer in Charge, Police Station, Warakapola v. Alawalayalage Wilson and Others

No. 75194 MC Warakapola - Warakapola Magistrate Court

Assault on pastor and Christians engaged in prayer Church of Grace Mahena, Warakapola, (Kegalle District) 16th December 2012.

Officer in Charge, Police Station Batticaloa v. Yogalingam and Sixteen others

16642/MC - Batticaloa Magistrate Court

Kuppusamy Wijayan’s complaint was about the activities of some villagers who prevented the burial of the body as it was not a cemetery reserved for non-Roman Catholics

Officer in Charge, Police Station, Nawagamuwa v. Dilhani Heenatigala

No. B41997/21 - Kaduwela Magistrate Court

The issuance of an absolute order at once in urgent cases of nuisance was sought by the OIC based on complaints by the residents of the area.

Officer in Charge, Police Station, Meerigama v. G. Thushara Indika and others

No. 95713 - Attanagalle Magistrate Court

The complainant parties’ church was pelted with stones for over a month. The stone pelting was allegedly due to suspicions of illegal activity by close members of the pastor.

M. Shelton Jayaweera v. Manchanayake Kalum Nishantha Manchanyake and others

62/2019 (Revision) - Gampaha High Court

Issue before the MC- The residents of the area had complained to the police that a large number of people were congregating at the respondent-petitioner’s residence.