“Don’t fan flames of communalism or cause rift in party” :- Maithripala to Mahinda

buddhist-monks-protest-in-colombo 3President Maithripala Sirisena in his capacity as Chairman of UPFA and SLFP has told former president Mahinda Rajapakse not to fan flames of communalism and also cause rift in the party.

He also added that Mahinda Rajapakse must listen to dictates of his intellect and not his heart.

In a five page hard hitting letter to Mahinda Rajapaske, Maithripals Sirisena has categorically stated that he would not appoint him as Prime Minister in the event UPFA win majority of seats. Instead his choice would be seniors in SLFP such as Nimal Siripala de Silva, John Seneviratne, Chamal Rajapakse, Atauda Seneviratne, A.H.M.Fauzi or Susil Premajayantha.

With the foundations of the Rajapaksa kingdom shaking for the first time in a decade, Mahinda’s only hope now seems to be the ‘Racist Card’.

buddhist-monks-protest-in-colombo_2865341His family members and his associates who became millionaires during Mahinda’s rule are running desperate to make sure that Mahinda win’s so that they can save the fraudulent wealth they made.

Mahinda is popular in the south and will be taking the larger votes of the Sinhala Buddhists community.  If Mahinda looses all the fraudulent money makers of Mahinda’s associates will face jail. and the money will be taken back by the government. For most of the UPFA candidates this election is about their political future.

Maithiri who put his party before the country further said that if Mahinda Rajapakse had not contested and let another senior of the party to lead the contest, Tamils, Muslims and the civil society that supported him during the presidential poll would extend full support and ensure an overwhelming majority.

He charged that the freedom of the people and democratic rights were denied following the introduction of the 18 th amendment by Mahinda Rajapakse in an arbitrary manner and he had to support it at that time to save his party.  But this time he had openly requested the public to ”To Vote and send good men and women to Parliament (from any party)”