Judge Ms. Kusala by making court premises a ‘bana party venue’ had violated all the laws.!

⦁ JSC silent meaning court premises can be used for any mirth and merriment !

(Lanka-e-News - 28.March.2017, 9.45AM)  While there exists a clear  circular No. 255 dated 2000-09-18 under the signature of the secretary of the Judicial Service Commission(JSC) which stipulates no religious functions or observances shall be conducted  on any  court premises , the so called bana ( religious sermon)  ‘party’ conducted  by Kandy high court judge Ms. Kusala Sarojini Weerawardena on the court premises , is in transgression of many other directives too issued by the JSC, based on reports reaching Lanka e news inside information division.

One such transgression is , she and  her henchmen have violated the directive of the JSC which explains how the judges of all courts should discharge their duties towards the public and the official time that shall be spent. Sadly , Ms. Sarojini had flagrantly flouted all those instructions despite being a most responsible judge who owes an honorable duty towards  the public. 

Dereliction of duties and wasting official duty time… 

The duty hours of every judge is from 8.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. The employees of the lower rungs of the judicial service must commence work at 8.15 a.m. and wind up at 4.45 p.m. (  employees who work overtime aside).

Ms. Sarojini has unfortunately commenced her bana preaching ‘party’ on 21 st March (Tuesday) at 4.00 p.m. In confirmation , we produce herein a photo of an invitation card relating to the ‘bana party’ printed and sent by Ms. Sarojini . Though the party was to commence at 4.00 p.m. , at least another one hour had to be spent for the preparations. That is ,more court time had been wasted. 

In other words , Ms. Sarojini and her henchmen have committed a grave unlawful act  which dishonorably  runs counter to  her honorable official duty;  wasted official duty time:  and was an  abuse of  the official premises . The evidence bearing  testimony to  these grave offences are herein (photos).  These photos clearly depict how during duty hours , the official court premises were misused by Ms. Sarojini , and how it was unlawfully allocated for the relatives of judges , and the employees of the lawyers for the ‘bana party .’

No matter what  , a number  of judges of the independence judiciary who respect  laws (unlike Ms.Sarojini who even does not know the legal traditions and norms) in a salutary move boycotted this’ bana party’. Unsurprisingly of course ,  Sumudhu Premachandra alias  ‘Honeymoon Veddah’ about whose topless bottomless nature  Lanka e news had already reported  made a beeline from   Kurunegala to attend Ms. Sarojini’s ‘bana party’ putting aside his judicial duties   as though to demonstrate he is another law disrespecting  judge of her same ilk.

Following the slogan ‘on the path of Kusala’

The JSC up to the time of writing this article having not taken any disciplinary action against the judges ( male and female)  who acted in violation of the hallowed  judicial traditions , judicial norms , judicial values , in  disrespect  of the courts, and  who took  part in this unlawful so called religious event is most reprehensible , repugnant and portentous from the standpoint of the law abiding citizens of the country. 
If the JSC is going to remain silent and  indifferent in this regard , the next move will be hiring  the sacrosanct court premises for merry making parties and party revelers  after 4.00 p.m.  In that event like halls  of government schools are hired out after school hours for any merriment  ,  the courts too can be hired out  for any nefarious purposes -  to make a fast buck  too  on the sly.  Much better if a portion of the premises is demarcated to run a bar for judges following  the slogan ‘on the path of Kusala’  to enjoy a drink in comfort whenever they feel  like. 

By a special correspondent of Lanka e news inside information division 

by     (2017-03-28 04:38:37)

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