Milk packets: Govt. should take responsibility: The Joint Opposition
Posted on September 12th, 2018

Kalathma Jayawardhane Courtesy The Daily Mirror

The Joint Opposition (JO) today said the government should take the responsibility and resign over the incident where milk packets containing poisonous substance were distributed among the protesters of the ‘Janabalaya Kolombata’ held last Wednesday.

JO MP Dullas Alahapperuma told a news conference that the same government which came into power guaranteeing people to provide toxin-free food had mixed a poisonous substance to the milk packets that were distributed during the protest.

We cannot point out our fingers at a specific MP or any other person. The government should be held responsible over this incident. This is not a political matter but solely a humanitarian matter. Accordingly, the government has no option but to resign” he said.

He said the Police had not taken any reasonable measure to arrest the persons who were involved in this incident even though they had provided the police with the vehicle numbers which distributed these milk packets containing poisonous substance.

3 Responses to “Milk packets: Govt. should take responsibility: The Joint Opposition”

  1. Hiranthe Says:

    Now Dallas the only place to complain is the US Embassy and Indian Embassy exposing their regime changed government and their masters. They are all connected and it may have been an advice given by the American Embassy conveyed through the joker MP Senarathna Jn.

  2. Dilrook Says:

    Who takes responsibility for kasippu and other intoxicants generously served at the rally?

  3. Charles Says:

    There are many vicious anti Rajapakse lie mongers coming in different shapes. They turn out material from all dirt heaps and throw them out as eye witnesses to discredit Mahind Rajapakse. The organisers of the peoples’ manifestation had not promised the people free kasippu to get them to Colombo. If there were people drunk it is not kasippu distributed by Janabala vegaya organisers.

    It is an insult to hundreds of thousands of Sri Lankans that flocked to Colombo respecting the call of their beloved leaders, to say that they were served generously with kasippu and other,intoxicants at the rally.

    May these liars be cursed:

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