Nalaka Thero reveals Champika’s alleged plan
Posted on July 29th, 2015

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In a bid to fulfill the demands of the Tamil National Alliance (TNA), a pact has been signed between the United National Party (UNP) and Venerable Maduluwawe Sobitha Thero, Convener of the National Joint Committee, Gunadasa Amarasekara said.

The observation was made at a press conference held in Colombo on Wednesday (29).

The UNP did not directly sign an agreement with the TNA, instead it signed a pact with the Sobitha Thero. Former Minister Patali Champika Ranawaka and Ven. Athuraliye Rathana Thero, who were severe critics of the TNA, now attempt to back this plan” Amarasekara added.


Patriotic Bhikku Front General Secretary Bengamuwe Nalaka Thero, while commenting at the press conference, said Nothing more, Patali Champika Ranawaka does all this drama in a bid to become Sri Lanka’s Prime Minister or the President, one day,”

This agreement was signed on the same day in which former President J.R. Jayawardena signed the Indo-Lanka agreement back in late 80s. Both these agreements have betrayed the island nation,” said Gevindu Kumaratunga.

4 Responses to “Nalaka Thero reveals Champika’s alleged plan”

  1. Ancient Sinhalaya Says:

    Sobithaya Dhrohithaya!

    Batalande butcher did the biggest robbery in the history of Sri Lanka, but Dhrohithaya
    still signing pact with traitors to divide the country! Yamapalanaya indeed!

  2. LANKAPUTHRA Says:

    Sobithaya and all anti MR wants is to become the president of SL without been elected by the people. That is why no one wants the executive presidency! If there is an election without ballot stuffing, MR will win with a big majority as the president with all the power of Executive president.

  3. Fran Diaz Says:

    We hope all concerned citizens of Sri Lanka have closed the loopholes for cheating at the General Elections 2015.

    We have not forgotten that reliable sources stated that the Presidential Election Jan 2015 was flawed with double votes & minors’ votes for MS.

  4. Samanthi Says:

    Quoting from Daily Mirror, Lanka Page reported:
    “Power and Energy Minister Patali Champika Ranawaka, who accused former President Mahinda Rajapaksa of bribing the LTTE at that time, challenged him to prove his innocence if possible.

    Addressing an election meeting, Mr. Ranawaka, who is contesting the upcoming election on the UNP ticket, said he would challenge Mr. Rajapaksa to make an announcement on the allegation regarding the bribing of the LTTE with money.

    He alleged the Rajapaksas used the ‘white van culture’ to achieve their personal gains and all would be exposed before the people.

    He said the people would come to know who was responsible for the disappearance of journalist Pradeep Ekneligoda and the assassination of newspaper editor Lasantha Wickramatunga.

    “All will be revealed before the people’s court on August 17,” he said.”
    This Aalapaalu Ranawaka is an idiot as well as a cunning fox at the same time.
    How can a person prove that he is not guilty for a crime one he/she has not committed?
    The burden of proof of this allegation is with the person who makes this complain. So, if Ranawaka first proved that MR gave money to LieTTE and then challenged MR to prove it otherwise, it would have made some sense.
    Since he very well knows that this a false accusation created by him, he presented it in a twisted way. Since there is no legal basis even to charge this in a court, he very craftily says “All will be revealed before the people’s court on August 17” meaning that the general public will give MR their verdict by ballot on Aug. 17. What a cunning way to insult by slinging mud at a national leader?
    A very effective way of nullifying this kind of low level activity is to send him a letter of demand by the lawyers of MR. It works very well as proved in the case of Awamangala Samaraweera. A/S used to spread lies against MR until MR sends him the LOD. Soon thereafter it stooped completely!

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