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Convenor of the Inter-University Students Federation Wasantha Mudalige, further remanded until tomorrow (13).

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COLOMBO (News 1st): Convenor of the Inter-University Students Federation Wasantha Mudalige has been further remanded until tomorrow (13).He was remanded until further advice is received by the Attorney General.He was produced before the Colombo Additional Magistrate's Court today by prison officials.He was arrested under the Prevention of Terrorism Act and held under detention orders for 89 days before he was produced in Court on the 17th of November..

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