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* Scottish woman files writ petition against Sri Lankan government’s move to deport her
Fri, Aug 12, 2022, 10:05 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Aug 12, Colombo: Scottish National Kayleigh Fraser has filed a writ petition at the Court of Appeal against the decision taken by the Department of Immigration and Emigration to deport her from Sri Lanka.

Ms. Fraser states that her fundamental rights were violated by canceling her visa due to her participation in the anti-government protests.

The petitioner has requested the Court of Appeal to issue an order preventing her deportation to her country and revoking the cancellation of her visa period.

She has claimed through the petition that she actively took part in the anti-government protests at the Galle Face protest site.

The Controller General of the Immigration and Emigration, Attorney General and others have been named as the respondents in the petition.


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