Ranil Says There are Sil Redi Thieves,Drug Dealers, Tsunami Thieves, Carrom Board Thieves and Cement Thieves in Joint Opposition.

”You have sil-redi thieves there. You have drug dealers there. There are tsunami thieves, carom board thieves, cement thieves.  You could not investigate any theft for 10 years. You killed Lasantha Wickramatunge, you abducted and killed Ekneligoda” says the PM Ranil. But the big question is ”Why aren’t they arrested and charged now?, Who is helping them from being arrested and charged now? PM.” Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe yesterday said in parliament that the resignation of Foreign Minister Ravi Karunanayake signified a new political culture and he was proud of having ushered…

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Continuing Torture & Sexual Violence In Sri Lanka – Part III

By Brian Senewiratne – Dr. Brian Senewiratne Continued from Tuesday Equipment Here is a victim: “I saw plastic pipes, bottles filled with something, a tap with a hose attached, a plastic can or bottle filled with something.  In the corner of the room there were wooden batons, PVC pipes, wires and nylon rope. I noticed a barrel full of water in the corner of the room. I think I saw some polythene bags next to the water barrel. I could see a table, wires, wooden sticks, blood marks on the wall. It looked like…

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Rehabilitated LTTE cadres hounded by Police – Parents

By Mirudhula Thambiah Families of several persons arrested on suspicion of involvement with the ‘Aava’ group have filed a complaint with the Human Rights Commission (HRC) in Jaffna. They claim that their sons have been arrested on baseless allegations following recent incidents blamed on the Aava group. Incidents of sword attacks have been reported in the North recently, including attacks on Policemen. The families of those arrested however, said that the Police had arrested their children alleging that they were members of the Aava group. The Human Rights Commission has…

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TURNING back from devolution by Prof G L Peiris

An Open Letter to Prof G L Peiris: Prof G L Peiris Leader, SLPP. Dear Professor Peiris, I thought I must write to you despite your obviously busy schedule, both because you at least nominally lead one aspect of the Rajapaksa comeback project under the banner of the nascent SLPP and also because you are, unarguably, as a former foreign minister, a key advisor to defeated President Rajapaksa on matters relating to post war, national reconciliation. I must at the outset explain why I stated that you lead one aspect of…

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10,000 title deeds will be present to Sinhala Mahaweli settlers by the President

The presentation of title deeds of the lands to the farming community in Walawa zone and Mahaweli ‘’H’’ zone under the National Programme to offer 100,000 title deeds to Mahaweli settlers who are Sinhalese will be held on 11th  and 12th August  2017 under the patronage of President Maithripala Sirisena. This is the first time such a large number of title deeds are to be presented, giving solution for a prolonged issue faced by the Mahaweli settlers. On 11th, 5,000 title deeds will be presented to the farming community in…

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Sambanthan’s life threatened by Racist MP Gunawardena.

Several Government MPs charged towards opposition benches across the Well of Parliament, angered by a remark by Joint Opposition Leader Dinesh Gunawardena a close associate of Former President Mahinda Rajapaksha. Joint opposition MP’s who are accused of large scale frauds and murders during the rule of Mahinda are using the racist card for their survival and PM Ranil is accused of helping them to cover up their acts by using his powers as the PM. President Maithiri and PM Ranil came to power by promising to expose the fraudulent acts and…

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