Vijayakala should not be allowed to leave the country, her passports need to be impounded immediately as a precaution.
Posted on July 9th, 2018

Sudath Gunasekara

9.7.2018

It was reported that Vijayakala Mahesvaran is planning to migrate to UK, the home of So-called diaspora, may be on the advice of Ranil as he did to Arjuna or Vignesvaran the Supreme Court tiger to avoid arrest or kept hidden until the Sinhalese forget the issue as usual. If she is allowed to go she will be eternally untraceable just like Mahendaran. In UK she will be the chief spoke woman for Yamil diaspora and she will be used by UK, Norway USA and the entire anti Sinhala anti Buddhist camp against us

The need to arrest her and kept behind bars under strict surveillance until the case is heard and decided becomes more important in view of her public statements espousing the Tiger cause even after she resigned. In my view Ranil will take all possible steps to save her and President Sirisena will be clueless as it is the case with him and the country will be in danger.

Therefore the law enforcing authorities who are paid by the people owe a responsibility to see that she is not allowed to leave the country and to take legal action immediately for the treason she has committed and continues to do so without allowing Ranil Wikramasinha and the Yahapalanaya Government to molly coddle her any more at the expense of the whole country.

Over to you responsible and patriotic citizens for early action.

4 Responses to “Vijayakala should not be allowed to leave the country, her passports need to be impounded immediately as a precaution.”

  1. Nimal Says:

    There’s nothing to stop her going to UK if an visa is issued and if we Sinhalese(not Sinhale) are clever then we must give a rousing official farewell in Colombo the gsol.
    This will stop her claiming to be a victim in the country of birth and then claim asylum that would fill the post of Balasingham.
    So if we are to chase out of the country then it will be a blessing for to live abroad and be a nuisance to us.Do we need that to happen?

  2. Dilrook Says:

    I’m yet to hear any strong condemnation from Mahinda.

    The problem is if she is punished for verbally supporting terrorism, Karuna, KP, Pilleyan, etc. will be punished for terrorism (a far worse crime) and those who gave them refuge. All of them must be punished if Sri Lanka has law and order. But sadly, there is no law and order.

    It’s either all or none. There is no way only a selected offender can be punished.

    Politicians of all sides are together. The recent leak of an audio tape of Ranjan fondly talking to Wimal’s wife and the affectionate reference to Rajitha’s wife by her clearly shows they are all in the thick of it.

  3. Ananda-USA Says:

    Vijaykala should be ARRESTED for TREASON and INCITING TERRORISM. She should then be INDICTED, PROSECUTED, CONVICTED and IMPRISONED for LIFE!

    Then, we should go after the remainING TRAITORS like Vigneswaran, Sumanthiran, Sivajilingam and Sambandan.

    Until TRAITORS are seen and heard to be PROMPTLY PUNISHED HEAVILY, SEPARATISM will CONTINUE with IMPUNITY.

    We should LEARN from the USA how to protect our Motherland against TRAITORS!

  4. Nimal Says:

    Sorry for my grammar above as I am a bit lazy and tired to recheck.
    With respect to this woman, without making a political capital out of this incident, just as in UK(the best country in the world),let the enforcement agencies tackle according to the law of the country or if we push her too much, perhaps what she wants will seek asylum abroad and rekindle the separatist cause.
    If she is cleared by our agencies in Sri Lanka and if she decides to travel abroad to any country for any reason then give a proper farewell, perhaps by the government and should she claim asylum then we could prevent it.
    What ever the out come, if she is innocent but made a stupid utterance like fellow in Asgiriya, then we must forgive and forget. Community relations is utmost for the island, after all we are true Buddhist country and some say have a history of 2700 years.

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