Use curse-proof cars instead of bulletproof ones, UNP MP Wijeydasa slams PM
Posted on July 8th, 2019

Courtesy Adaderana

No Sinhalese person would receive the rights to land in Sri Lanka in the future through the Land Grants (Special Provisions) Act, stated UNP MP Wijeydasa Rajapakshe.

Rajapakshe expressed these views addressing an event held in Colombo.

He says that if Founder of United National Party (UNP) and late Prime Minister D. S. Senanayake were alive now, he would be gravely disappointed by the current state of the party.

The Parliamentarian stated that Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe would be begging on the roads today if it weren’t for the women migrating for domestic work in the Middle East.

if it isn’t for the ‘Dollars’ from the women who leave the country for domestic work in the Middle East, the Prime Minister wouldn’t be able to ride in bulletproof vehicles. Even if he does travel in bulletproof vehicles he will not be safe. He should find himself a ‘curse-proof’ vehicle”, said Rajapakshe.

3 Responses to “Use curse-proof cars instead of bulletproof ones, UNP MP Wijeydasa slams PM”

  1. aloy Says:

    Wrong. If the women were retained in the country and used in various productive purposes (including reproduction) instead of ‘balamehewara’ and sometimes come home with lot of nails in the body, we would be better off. Look at Indonesia and Philippines. They are much better after banning their women going to ME.

    Anyway get ready to have them back. This may be the threat we are getting now from some MPs.

  2. Dilrook Says:

    True but the PM is not the only user of bulletproof cars.

    If ethnic clashes actually result in closure of the middle east for Lankans, that will be a blessing in disguise.

    We should adopt the Singapore model of business that can gainfully employ all of them and pull the plug on anti-national importers. It will also shut out extremism, multiple laws, barbaric practices, etc.

    The actual value of most middle east slavery goes to the hands of non-Sri Lankans through agencies, importers, etc.

  3. Vaisrawana Says:

    Biased reporting. What WR said was not ‘curse-proof vehicle’ but’ hena nowadina car ekak’, which shows much stronger denunciation of the person he is verbally attacking. It should be translated as ‘lightning-proof vehicle’. But even that would not suggest the murderous anger that a Sinhala speaker calling hena upon someone really feels.

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