UNP is desperate and even tries to deceive people by providing CHOGM bills as MR’s family breakfast bills ලක්‍ෂ 94ක චෝගම් කෑම බිලක් මහින්දගේ කෑම බිල කියයි..
Posted on July 7th, 2015

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The United National Party (UNP) addressing the ‘expose’ media briefing at Sirikotha yesterday tried to deceive the general public by producing a bill issued by Hilton for the CHOGM opening ceremony breakfast and claimed that the former President Mahinda Rajapaksa’s family had ordered breakfast worth Rs. 9.4 million from the Hilton.

During the addressing the former UNP MP Nalin Bandara claimed that the former Secretary to the President Lalith Weeratunga had signed this order instead of ex-President Rajapaksa and after questioned by journalist about bill heading Bandara had to give up the claim and concluded that anyone could take legal action against the UNP if they could prove these allegations were wrong

හිටපු ජනාධිපති මහින්ද රාජපක්‍ෂ ඇතුළු පිරිස අරලිහගහ මන්දියේදී උදැසන ආහාර වේලක් සඳහා රුපියල් ලක්‍ෂ 94ක් වියදම් කර ඇති බව එජාප හිටපු පාර්ලිමේන්තු මන්ත‍්‍රී නලින් බණ්ඩාර මහතා විසින් කියා සිටියේය.

ඔහු ඒ සඳහා හිල්ටන් හෝටලයේ බිල්පතක්ද ඉදිරිපත් කල අතර එහි දැක්වෙන්නේ මෙරට පැවති පොදු රාජ්‍ය මණ්ඩලීය රාජ්‍ය නායක සමුළුව පැවති දා අදැසන ආහාර සැපයිමේ බිලයි.

මන්ත‍්‍රීවරයා උත්සාහ කලේ එය රාජපක්‍ෂ පවුලේ දිනපතා උදැසන ආහාර වියදම බව ඇඟවීමටයි.

එහිදි මාධ්‍යවේදීන් විසින් කල ප‍්‍රශ්ණ කිරීම් වලදී මන්ත‍්‍රීවරයා අපහසුතාවවට පත් විය.


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  1. Ananda-USA Says:

    President Mahinda Rajapaksa should not accept these RESTRICTIONS on his Nomination as an MP candidate. They are absolutely DISCRIMINATORY and deprive him of his CIVIC RIGHTS as a full citizen of Sri Lanka!

    He should QUICKLY form his own party and gain the FREEDOM to nominate himself and others from within it. Let Sirisena RUE THE DAY that he did this.

    Sri Lankan President imposes conditions on former president Rajapaksa’s nomination


    July 07, Colombo: While Colombo has been in an uproar over President Maithripala Sirisena approving former President Mahinda Rajapaksa’s nomination for the upcoming parliamentary elections, recent revelations tell of conditions placed on this approval that may foil latter’s plans to be back in a seat of power.

    The President has reportedly met a group of United People’s Freedom Alliance (UPFA) leaders at his official residence in Wijerama Mawatha Tuesday and the meeting was to focus on the nominations lists of the UPFA.

    Although the former President Mahinda Rajapaksa was granted nominations from the UPFA, it has been revealed that the President has imposed several conditions on Rajapaksa contesting the upcoming general election.

    This announcement of conditions seems to have converted the UPFA Medamulana Camp’s celebratory attitude into a somber one overnight.

    One specific condition states that Rajapakse will not, under any condition, be appointed Prime Minister. In addition MR was limited to only contesting in the Hambantota District electorate.

    Incidentally, the former head of state only received a nomination from the UPFA and not its main constituent Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP), which requires him to contest under the Betel Leaf only. President Sirisena has also conveyed intent to remove UPFA association with the SLFP altogether.

    Furthermore, it was said that should Rajapaksa be indicted of charges by any international or local tribunal, he would have to immediately vacate his seat as an MP, if he is elected into a seat.

    In addition Rajapaksa is not to involve the Buddhist extremist group, Bodu Bala Sena or its new political party Bodu Janatha Peramuna in any manner in his election campaign.

    Since this announcement, the press conference scheduled to be held on 9th July by the opposition has been postponed with no future date cited and MR’s planned 8th July filing of his nomination papers has also been put on hold.

    These collective statements and conditions makes Mahinda Rajapaksa’s expected return to power a far less likely situation than it seemed just a few days ago. What’s more, the momentary doubt felt by the populace over the approval of the nomination is slowly beginning to dissolve as the country’s new president seems to shine through as the shrewdest of them all. Only this time – he’s working for the people and not for any personal or nepotistic gain.

    It remains to be seen how the opposition will react to this new turn of events, but political observers believe, in all likeliness they may not be seen going quietly into the night.

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