Ruling Party to hold disciplinary inquiry on MP Jagath Kumara






Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna (SLPP) the Ruling Party has decided to call a disciplinary inquiry against Ruling Party MP Jagath Kumara for allegedly criticising two cabinet ministers at a recent press briefing.

Party Secretary MP Sagara Kariyawasam stated that the MP’s sentiment cannot be approved of.

Denoting that MP Kumara has violated the party’s discipline by criticising his own party members and ministers, MP Kariyawasam added that the Party, therefore, has decided to conduct a disciplinary inquiry against him. The matter will be addressed at the Party’s disciplinary committee, he added.

MP Kumara in a recent briefing accused Ministers Sarath Weerasekara and Gamini Lokuge of influencing in the process of appointing an officer in charge (OIC) at the Padukka Police Station based on political affiliations.

Making the allegation, the MP resigned from the post of Chairman at the Padukka Regional Development Committee.

MIAP






Thank you

Related posts