Mahinda Rajapaksa has the culture of forming human chains: Min. Isura Devapriya

Mahinda Rajapaksa has the culture of forming human chains: Min. Isura Devapriya

Mahinda Rajapaksa has the culture of forming human chains: Min. Isura Devapriya

Written by Staff Writer

23 Mar, 2016 | 9:37 pm

Convening a media briefing at its headquarters, a group of public representatives of the Sri Lanka Freedom Party commented on the Joint Opposition.

Chief Minister of the Western Province, Isura Devapriya stated that there is nothing to worry about the joint opposition, since they are part of the SLFP.

He added that all those who did not committed fraud and corruption are with them since they arenot afraid. He went on to note that the next election is in 2020

UPFA MP, Manusha Nanayakkara stated that 90 to 99 percent of the members are with the party as only a handful of people strayed away.

He added that they are not trying to accomplish the need to establish a SLFP-led UPFA government. Therefore they will take away chances to create more news on this row and move forward as one SLFP and UPFA.

Journalists raised questions that there has not been any disciplinary action taken against those who attended the Joint Opposition Rally.

UPFA Parliamentarian, Manusha Nanayakkara stated that the Central Committee will convene soon and discuss the action to be taken. He went on to note that what was experienced in the past were consequences for not safeguarding the discipline as a party.

Chief Minister Western Province, Isura Devapriya stated that Mahinda Rajapaksa has the culture of forming human chains and blowing horns, as he still remains in active politics and carries programmes.

He added, however, that he does not affect the party as he is “just an adviser.”

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