Attorney-at-Law, Owitigala Vithanage Madura Vithanage, of Kalapaluwawa, Rajagiriya, yesterday filed fourteen petitions in the Supreme Court, complaining that Don Pradeep Sandaruwan Senadheera formerly of Malabe and currently in London, had published fourteen web articles defamatory and contemptuous of judges.
The petitioner requested the court to summon the editor Pradeep Senadheera of the e-news web and to charge him for contempt of the Supreme Court.
The petitions added that Senadheera had acted in contravention of Articles, 105/3 and 111(c), 1 and 2 of the Constitution of Sri Lanka.
The publisher, editor of those web articles should be present in court to answer summons.
Among the respondents are the Attorney General, and the President of the Bar Association of Sri Lanka.
The instructing Attorneys are Neelakandan and Neelakandan.