Question : Did Sarath Fonseka suffer from PTSD after the LTTE suicide attacker got at him ?
He did behave as though in Army action mode when contesting the Elections for the Presidency. He got into a hotel in Colombo with around 400 army deserters, and holed up there. This was an Army maneouver, not a civilian presidential candidates move.
Pres Mahinda passed a sentence on SF for SF’s own good. He has enforced rest and he came out healed.
Our sympathies go to SF re his past bad experiences. Our thanks to him for leading the Army to victory over the LTTE.
Sri Lanka MUST have proper laws in place re Armed Forces personnel contesting Elections in Lanka. Most countries enforce by law that a time of at least 7 yrs pass before Armed Forces personnel are allowed to contest Elections.
I said ‘Gota and the MR govt’ meaning Gota’s efforts and the govt under MR. It was Gota’s efforts and govt money that sent SF to S’pore for treatment, as far as I know. If you know differently, do let us know.
Surely, that is clear, isnt it ?
Who said they used their own money for the work of the govt. !! No politician does that. If you know of any such people anywhere in Lanka, do let us know. Must be Saints & paragons of virtue who must be put into the front lines of politics in Lanka.
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