What should I call him.. A Traitor ??
Posted on May 31st, 2013

Malith Karunanayake

 Indian experts challenge Jayalath Jayawardana’s pro-LTTE press release

Chennai, 14 November, (Asiantribune.com): Indian National Congress activists and anti-terrorism groups expressed shock at recent utterances of the Sri Lankan politician Dr Jayalath Jayawardana who urged Indian intervention to save the beleaguered Tamil Tigers in Kilinochchi. They said that Dr Jayawardana’s Press Release issued in New Delhi stating that the Tamils in the north are starving and India should intervene to save them is contrary to the reports issued by UN bodies and various INGOs on the humanitarian situation.

“Is the UNP, of which Dr Jayawardana is a member, endorses his call?” Satish Kumar of Delhi Free Thinkers’ questioned. “Dr Jayawardana is trying to save the LTTE, which is facing defeat in the battle front. We in India feel that the UNP should support the government’s efforts to liberate the Tamil masses from the LTTE grip and to restore their democratic rights. In India we all join when there is a national issue,” he pointed out. Full Text

 http://defencecolumn.blogspot.com/2008/11/indian-experts-challenge-jayalath.html

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 Select committee to probe pro-LTTE allegations against Jayalath

By Chandani Kirinde

The government will hand over a resolution to Speaker Chamal Rajapaksa on Monday to appoint a Select Committee of Parliament to probe allegations that United National Party (UNP) Member of Parliament Dr. Jayalath Jayawardena colluded with separatist pro-LTTE forces while in London.

The resolution has been prepared, and once signatures are collected, it will be handed over to the Speaker by Monday, Chief Government Whip Dinesh Gunawardena told the Sunday Times.

The charges in the resolution against the UNP MP are centred on his alleged violation of the oath he took under the Sixth Amendment to the Constitution. Those who take the oath, including all MPs, pledge not to directly or indirectly work against the territorial integrity of the country.

On Friday, UNP Leader Ranil Wickremesinghe said his party would support an inquiry on the allegation against the UNP MP, and has asked for the terms of reference in such an inquiry. The Chief Whip said the Speaker will provide the terms of reference.

Dr. Jayawardena told the Sunday Times that he had no problem with the appointment of a select committee. “Let my party decide what action is to be taken in this connection,” he said. Dr. Jayawardena denies any involvement in organising protest campaigns in London against President Mahinda Rajapaksa during the leader’s four-day visit to the UK.

http://www.sundaytimes.lk/101205/News/nws_11.html

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 Mannar Bishop deprived of meeting LTTE suspects

31 July 2012

UNP MP Dr. Jayalath Jayawardena yesterday alleged that the dictatorial Rajapaksa regime was denying even the basic right of people to visit those held over terrorism charges.

UNP MP Dr. Jayalath Jayawardena yesterday alleged that the dictatorial Rajapaksa regime was denying even the basic right of people to visit those held over terrorism charges.

An irate UNPer said that Bishop of Mannar Rt. Rev Rayappu Joseph was refused permission last Friday (July 27) to meet 17 LTTE suspects transferred from the Vavuniya prison to Mahara recently following the STF quelling a riot there.

Asked whether he would take up the issue with the government, the Gampaha District MP said that he would raise the disgraceful conduct of the government both in and outside parliament.

The Vice President of the UNP told The Island that as the Bishop of Mannar wanted to pay a visit to those detained at Mahara, he accompanied the clergyman. “Although I was allowed to go in and speak with the suspects, the Bishop was asked to wait at the office of the senior official in charge of the prison. Officials insisted the Bishop cannot be allowed to meet inmates. They claimed to have received instructions from higher authorities not to give access to the Mannar Bishop.”

Dr. Jayawardena said that he wrote to Prisons Department Chief as well as Human Rights Minister Mahinda Samarasinghe and Minister of Prisons Reform Chandrasiri Gajadeera highlighting the Mannar Bishop’s plight. Post-war talk of a national reconciliation process was a joke when the government went to the extent of harassing the Bishop of Mannar. The UNP MP stressed that the government should release those held without charges and move court against men and women against whom charges could be framed.

 http://www.globaltamilnews.net/GTMNEditorial/tabid/71/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/80918/language/en-US/Mannar-Bishop-deprived-of-meeting-LTTE-suspects.aspx

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GNANAKONE RUBS SHOULDERS WITH JAYALATH JAYAWARDENA AT THE UNP INAUGARAL MEETING IN LOS ANGELES

By Rangajeeva Rajakaruna reporting from Los Angeles

Jayantha (Donald) Gnanakone, the controversial Tamil activist, with alleged connections with the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) rubbing shoulders with Dr. Jayalath Jayewardena, the UNP stalwart at the inaugural Los Angeles meeting of of the United National Party became the cynosure of the gathering when Pro-Ranil Wickremesinghe leaders converged on the metropolis for the historical event .

“I may be supporting Mano Ganeshan in Colombo ( a pro-LTTE politician) or anybody else and it’s none of the f”¦.. business of anybody or RAW or any one of its agents,” he said when asked whether he has joined the UNP.

RAW is the Indian intelligence service and currently dreaded by the LTTE since the assassination of the former Indian Prime Minister by a LTTE suicide killer. Formerly RAW funded , armed and trained the LTTE in South Indian military camps when Indira Gandhi was the Prime Minister of India. Jayantha Gnanakone is the brother of the now acquitted alleged participant of the assassination of the former Sri Lankan foreign minister Lakshman Kadirgamar.

At the inauguration of new branch of the UNP in LA delirium reind supreme when two UNP stalwarts mingled with a bother of a well-known LTTE financier cloistered inside the Hyatt Summerfield Hotel in El Segundo on Sunday and sang the praises of Ranil Wickremesinghe to their hearts content. Gnanakoons and Tissa Attanayake and their supporters Dr. Jayalath Jayawardhana, Chandrani Bandara, MP and many lesser known Ranil Wickremesinghe fans waxed eloquence about the brilliant leadership of their hero. Delirium was unbearably gruesome said one fan. Dr Jayalath was singing to the choir until it became painfully boring, he added. Party Secretary Tissa Attanayake minced no words in calling Ranil the brilliant leader of the country. Sommie Ratnayaka, a former Television actor speaking said the late UNP leader Junius Richard Jayewardene was the greatest leader who ever lived in Sri Lanka. He attempted best to establish ” Dharmishta Society” a righteous community in Sri Lanka and that itself was enough for his greatness. There were 45 members present, the lowest ever for a party inaugural gathering in LA.. Ranil’s low approval rating had reached Los Angeles .

The highlight of the evening was how Gnanakoon interjected freely whenever the discussion seemed to go astray. Talking of getting the Diaspora to vote, Dr. Jayalath was saying it might be a good idea. “Not so fast, you might not get what you desire when they vote” said Gnanakoon. Oh, they are always with us, someone else interjected.

The tipping moment came when at the end when one of the conveners said that we had collected fifty thousand to be given to Ranil Wickremesinghe when he was here last. But someone ran away with the money bag. “He is now in a South American location with a diplomatic passport, interjected someone from the audience. Reportedly the man invested in hedge funds and doubled his earning prior to taking off from Los Angeles .

The piece de resistance came from none other than Rupa Kumaratunga, sister-in-law of Chandrika Kumaratunga when she said, ” he work hard and get people to our election meetings but never win elections. Something is very wrong with the UNP.” May be Sri Lankan people vote for the biggest liars, she added.

Dr Jayalath gave in very graphic description how Ranil Wickremesinghe who assembled the Sinhalese and the Tiger leaders into a room at Vavuniya in 2002 and delivered the no war pact. I was a witness to that meeting and saw his great vision for our country, he added. Secretary Tissa Attanayake described how the UNP leader offered to keep the Rajapaksa government going for two years in order to solve the ethnic crisis under an MOU, instead, the President had UNP members cross over and then took a military approach. Attanayake predicted that an economic crisis was looming which will hit Sri Lanka by the Sinhala New year in 2008. Newly elected President of the Branch Keerthi Werapitiya also expressed faith in the UNP to solve the country’s problems. That is why we are gathered here he said.

 http://www.lankaweb.com/news/items07/251207-3.html

What should I call him.. A Traitor ??

Friday, November 14, 2008

Indian experts challenge Jayalath Jayawardana’s pro-LTTE press release

Chennai, 14 November, (Asiantribune.com): Indian National Congress activists and anti-terrorism groups expressed shock at recent utterances of the Sri Lankan politician Dr Jayalath Jayawardana who urged Indian intervention to save the beleaguered Tamil Tigers in Kilinochchi. They said that Dr Jayawardana’s Press Release issued in New Delhi stating that the Tamils in the north are starving and India should intervene to save them is contrary to the reports issued by UN bodies and various INGOs on the humanitarian situation.

“Is the UNP, of which Dr Jayawardana is a member, endorses his call?” Satish Kumar of Delhi Free Thinkers’ questioned. “Dr Jayawardana is trying to save the LTTE, which is facing defeat in the battle front. We in India feel that the UNP should support the government’s efforts to liberate the Tamil masses from the LTTE grip and to restore their democratic rights. In India we all join when there is a national issue,” he pointed out. Full Text

http://defencecolumn.blogspot.com/2008/11/indian-experts-challenge-jayalath.html

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Select committee to probe pro-LTTE allegations against Jayalath

By Chandani Kirinde

The government will hand over a resolution to Speaker Chamal Rajapaksa on Monday to appoint a Select Committee of Parliament to probe allegations that United National Party (UNP) Member of Parliament Dr. Jayalath Jayawardena colluded with separatist pro-LTTE forces while in London.

The resolution has been prepared, and once signatures are collected, it will be handed over to the Speaker by Monday, Chief Government Whip Dinesh Gunawardena told the Sunday Times.

The charges in the resolution against the UNP MP are centred on his alleged violation of the oath he took under the Sixth Amendment to the Constitution. Those who take the oath, including all MPs, pledge not to directly or indirectly work against the territorial integrity of the country.

On Friday, UNP Leader Ranil Wickremesinghe said his party would support an inquiry on the allegation against the UNP MP, and has asked for the terms of reference in such an inquiry. The Chief Whip said the Speaker will provide the terms of reference.

Dr. Jayawardena told the Sunday Times that he had no problem with the appointment of a select committee. “Let my party decide what action is to be taken in this connection,” he said. Dr. Jayawardena denies any involvement in organising protest campaigns in London against President Mahinda Rajapaksa during the leader’s four-day visit to the UK.

http://www.sundaytimes.lk/101205/News/nws_11.html

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Mannar Bishop deprived of meeting LTTE suspects

31 July 2012

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UNP MP Dr. Jayalath Jayawardena yesterday alleged that the dictatorial Rajapaksa regime was denying even the basic right of people to visit those held over terrorism charges.

Mannar Bishop deprived of meeting LTTE suspects

UNP MP Dr. Jayalath Jayawardena yesterday alleged that the dictatorial Rajapaksa regime was denying even the basic right of people to visit those held over terrorism charges.

An irate UNPer said that Bishop of Mannar Rt. Rev Rayappu Joseph was refused permission last Friday (July 27) to meet 17 LTTE suspects transferred from the Vavuniya prison to Mahara recently following the STF quelling a riot there.

Asked whether he would take up the issue with the government, the Gampaha District MP said that he would raise the disgraceful conduct of the government both in and outside parliament.

The Vice President of the UNP told The Island that as the Bishop of Mannar wanted to pay a visit to those detained at Mahara, he accompanied the clergyman. “Although I was allowed to go in and speak with the suspects, the Bishop was asked to wait at the office of the senior official in charge of the prison. Officials insisted the Bishop cannot be allowed to meet inmates. They claimed to have received instructions from higher authorities not to give access to the Mannar Bishop.”

Dr. Jayawardena said that he wrote to Prisons Department Chief as well as Human Rights Minister Mahinda Samarasinghe and Minister of Prisons Reform Chandrasiri Gajadeera highlighting the Mannar Bishop’s plight. Post-war talk of a national reconciliation process was a joke when the government went to the extent of harassing the Bishop of Mannar. The UNP MP stressed that the government should release those held without charges and move court against men and women against whom charges could be framed.

http://www.globaltamilnews.net/GTMNEditorial/tabid/71/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/80918/language/en-US/Mannar-Bishop-deprived-of-meeting-LTTE-suspects.aspx

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GNANAKONE RUBS SHOULDERS WITH JAYALATH JAYAWARDENA AT THE UNP INAUGARAL MEETING IN LOS ANGELES

By Rangajeeva Rajakaruna reporting from Los Angeles

Jayantha (Donald) Gnanakone, the controversial Tamil activist, with alleged connections with the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) rubbing shoulders with Dr. Jayalath Jayewardena, the UNP stalwart at the inaugural Los Angeles meeting of of the United National Party became the cynosure of the gathering when Pro-Ranil Wickremesinghe leaders converged on the metropolis for the historical event .

“I may be supporting Mano Ganeshan in Colombo ( a pro-LTTE politician) or anybody else and it’s none of the f”¦.. business of anybody or RAW or any one of its agents,” he said when asked whether he has joined the UNP.

RAW is the Indian intelligence service and currently dreaded by the LTTE since the assassination of the former Indian Prime Minister by a LTTE suicide killer. Formerly RAW funded , armed and trained the LTTE in South Indian military camps when Indira Gandhi was the Prime Minister of India. Jayantha Gnanakone is the brother of the now acquitted alleged participant of the assassination of the former Sri Lankan foreign minister Lakshman Kadirgamar.

At the inauguration of new branch of the UNP in LA delirium reind supreme when two UNP stalwarts mingled with a bother of a well-known LTTE financier cloistered inside the Hyatt Summerfield Hotel in El Segundo on Sunday and sang the praises of Ranil Wickremesinghe to their hearts content. Gnanakoons and Tissa Attanayake and their supporters Dr. Jayalath Jayawardhana, Chandrani Bandara, MP and many lesser known Ranil Wickremesinghe fans waxed eloquence about the brilliant leadership of their hero. Delirium was unbearably gruesome said one fan. Dr Jayalath was singing to the choir until it became painfully boring, he added. Party Secretary Tissa Attanayake minced no words in calling Ranil the brilliant leader of the country. Sommie Ratnayaka, a former Television actor speaking said the late UNP leader Junius Richard Jayewardene was the greatest leader who ever lived in Sri Lanka. He attempted best to establish ” Dharmishta Society” a righteous community in Sri Lanka and that itself was enough for his greatness. There were 45 members present, the lowest ever for a party inaugural gathering in LA.. Ranil’s low approval rating had reached Los Angeles .

The highlight of the evening was how Gnanakoon interjected freely whenever the discussion seemed to go astray. Talking of getting the Diaspora to vote, Dr. Jayalath was saying it might be a good idea. “Not so fast, you might not get what you desire when they vote” said Gnanakoon. Oh, they are always with us, someone else interjected.

The tipping moment came when at the end when one of the conveners said that we had collected fifty thousand to be given to Ranil Wickremesinghe when he was here last. But someone ran away with the money bag. “He is now in a South American location with a diplomatic passport, interjected someone from the audience. Reportedly the man invested in hedge funds and doubled his earning prior to taking off from Los Angeles .

The piece de resistance came from none other than Rupa Kumaratunga, sister-in-law of Chandrika Kumaratunga when she said, ” he work hard and get people to our election meetings but never win elections. Something is very wrong with the UNP.” May be Sri Lankan people vote for the biggest liars, she added.

Dr Jayalath gave in very graphic description how Ranil Wickremesinghe who assembled the Sinhalese and the Tiger leaders into a room at Vavuniya in 2002 and delivered the no war pact. I was a witness to that meeting and saw his great vision for our country, he added. Secretary Tissa Attanayake described how the UNP leader offered to keep the Rajapaksa government going for two years in order to solve the ethnic crisis under an MOU, instead, the President had UNP members cross over and then took a military approach. Attanayake predicted that an economic crisis was looming which will hit Sri Lanka by the Sinhala New year in 2008. Newly elected President of the Branch Keerthi Werapitiya also expressed faith in the UNP to solve the country’s problems. That is why we are gathered here he said.

http://www.lankaweb.com/news/items07/251207-3.html

10 Responses to “What should I call him.. A Traitor ??”

  1. Ratanapala Says:

    Good riddance. May this pig faced traitor rot in hell. He was a traitor through and through. He did everything in his power to make Eelam a reality. It must be send in passing that there was a group of Buddhist Monks who were in his pocket doing his biddings. His dealings with the Mahabodhi Trust must be investigated along side those of Ravi Karunanayake the other traitor.

  2. Lorenzo Says:

    Good riddance to bad rubbish!

  3. Wickrama Says:

    This is a traitor who will not be able to rest in peace.

  4. Podda Says:

    JJ is one of the traitors. There are others who should follow him to the hell and preach their ඊළාම් dream together.

  5. Sri Rohana Says:

    Must cremate this traitor also at Wellimulliwaikkal(Welimulle). Then only he can go to Eelam kingdom and live with Velupillai. One should not bury a traitor in a Sinhala area as it is a biggest insult to Sinhala nation.
    Sri Lankans are much more happy and peaceful if this traitor accompanied Wickramabahu, Ranil and Ravi.K also with him to Eelam kingdom.
    RIE (Rest in Eelam!)

  6. Senevirath Says:

    but sinhala buddhist u n p voters kept him in the party. u n p ers are not bothered about the sinhala civilisation and culture.
    They should unders stand that J.J RAVI AND RANIL ARE TRAITORS

    AS SOON AS J.J. DIED UNP ACCEPTED UNITORY STATE. IT MIGHT BE BETTER FOR THE PARTY TO LOSE THE OTHER TWO. THEN THEY CAN RE ORGANISE

  7. ananda4530 Says:

    JJ is number one traitor. At last SL got free from a traitor. There are couple who need to follow JJ’s path soon.

  8. dhane Says:

    JJ is a traitor for the last 30 years and passed away to meet Proba. Now both will not be able to rest in peace. JJ was addressing Proba as Rtn: Honourable leader Probakaran when he was UNP Minister.

  9. Lorenzo Says:

    That kallathoniya Karunanidhi is 90 today.

    Why not this loser die!

  10. Vis8 Says:

    This traitor and loser only cares about himself. Not Sri Lanka. Get him to tamil nadu and kiss jayalalaithas ass

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