By October 26, 20170 CommentsReport

Mahinda and SLPP in anti-constitutional reform rallies

The Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna (SLPP) or (Sri Lanka People’s Front) a known extremist party will commence a series of public rallies from November onward to ask  the public to reject the proposed Constitutional reforms which will give some powers to provincial governments. If Mahinda group loose the battle their fraudulent earnt assets will be exposed and eventually they will loos millions of their short earned fraudulent money.

The SLPP conducted a series of seminars in 20 districts island-wide during the weekend of 21 and 22, October, asking their political activists to oppose the proposed constitution so that the minorities will continuously be discriminated. It was said that the racist card of Sinhala only policy can keep their new party gain support in Sinhala areas as they are well aware that the Tamils and Muslims will reject them due to there experience of being discriminated under Mahinda rule.

Rajapaksha family are accused of paying large amount of money to LTTE which made Ranil loose the election to Mahinda. Interestingly Mahinda and his family members accused of fraud and involved in criminal activities have not been arrested and President has accused PM of abusing his powers to safeguard the Rajapaksha family members.

General Secretary of the SLPP, Attorney-at-Law H.G. Sagara Kariyawasam said that the initial public rally would be held in Anuradhapura on the 12 or 13, November, and would be followed by one in Kegalle. “The Government and President Maithripala Sirisena are attempting to deceive the people. Our Party is of the view that this is a shameless attempt to help the pro-Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) Diaspora. The Government is playing to the tune of certain international powers. The Government is indebted for the help extended to them in order for them to come into power. They are helping separatism and this will lead to a divided country. We vehemently oppose the proposed constitutional reforms,” he added.


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