Ranatunga urges President to recognise ethanol dealers in disguise

Ranatunga urges President to recognise ethanol dealers in disguise

Ranatunga urges President to recognise ethanol dealers in disguise

Written by Bella Dalima

26 Mar, 2015 | 9:18 pm

Minister Arjuna Ranatunga says that casino owners who looted and misused public money openly, heroin  and ethanol dealers, black market dealers and deal-makers, now disguised in new outfits, are attempting to get close to the President and the Prime Minister.

In a letter addressed to the President and the Prime Minister, Minister Arjuna Ranatunga points out that this group of persons are attempting to loot and misuse public money under a new guise.

He adds that the real call of the hour is to view the situation with a discerning eye and lead to make right choices.

Arjuna Ranatunga had addressed a letter to the President and the Prime Minister taking in to account the current political philosophy and the resulting culture.

He adds that all must not forget that there are political conspiracies and manoeuvres, to paralyse the march forward and to bring back ‘the family’ into the power.

Arjuna Ranatunga goes on to say that the distress he has right now is that the partners and masterminds of that ongoing conspiracy are not outside but amongst them.

Minister Ranatunga requests the President and Prime Minister not to grant nominations for opportunistic and corrupt persons.

He believes it is meaningful to introduce a criteria and guidelines for the process of permitting nominations, which cover all political parties.

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