Former President Rajapaksa says time spent in relaxation helps sharpen observation

Former President Rajapaksa says time spent in relaxation helps sharpen observation

Former President Rajapaksa says time spent in relaxation helps sharpen observation

Written by Bella Dalima

21 Mar, 2015 | 7:11 pm

Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa says that he will spend his time resting for the time being. The Former President made this statement while attending an event to declare open the new hermitage of the Vivekarama Viharaya in Wadduwa.

Speaking at the event Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa said that he wants to be relax.

He added; When we are relaxed we can see the people who are really honest and who are dishonest. We can identify the people who are just limited to words.

The former head of state also criticised the government’s 100-days programme.

He went on to say that more than 60 days have lapsed in the 100 days. But a coconut is 100 rupees. So it is just 100 lies. There is plenty to eat and drink these days. You can drink lots of Koththamalli.

”The latest thing that I saw was that a stipulated price has been imposed on hoppers. There was an era when I was a young minister where there were restrictions for rice and chillies. But even in that era never was there a stipulated price for hoppers,” said Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa.

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