CBK gets Rs. 300 ml. deed despite AG`s advice

  • 1 Jan 2006 15:53:27 GMT

    Doesn`t this woman have enough land which the family stole from innocent people during her grand father`s time.These leaders come to power saying that they are serving the public but end of the day they take more than what 1000`s of inncoent people would have earned for their whole life time.Lucky for our country that the executive president can only serve 2 terms otherwise imgaine what else this woman would take.

  • 1 Jan 2006 20:48:01 GMT

    Dear Dear Dear

    This is a sickening situation and has to be investigated and punished by all means if guilty.

    Again this is a matter come under the jurisdiction of current leaders and I wonder they have a backbone to stand on their feet against the bribery and corruption.Remember we are closely watching at your actions.

  • 1 Jan 2006 21:42:25 GMT

    A small thief is a thief that needs prison sentencing. But a big thief is king. So the biggest rules the world. CBK is a bigger one so cannot be classified in to being a thief so she is exception to the rule.

    This is how the poor Sri Lanka run by the big crooks (aka the Presidents)!! Another Tsunami to wash them away God!!

  • 1 Jan 2006 22:13:33 GMT

    Shame! Shame! Damn Shame!

    This should/must be reversed.

    Retrospective legislation or what ever it takes. This is robbery in public!

    Did the UDA have the power to make such a grant?

    Let`s see if MR and his team has what it takes and needs to fix this mess.

    Let us remember that MR chaired that cabinet meeting that made the decision to grant this land to CBK. One school of thought was that it was a sort of deal to keep CBK quiet on the `Helping Hambantota` matter during the election campaign.

    If MR does not fix the mess he created his dirty hands will be even dirtier.

    Let us hold MR responsible for this until he fixes the gross fraud the cabinet facilitated when he was chairing the meeting.

    Strange the red fellows did not demand that it be included in the wonderful `chintanaya`. Oh but it was needed to keep her hush during the campaign about the Tsunami Funds to get him in. After all he needs to get in at what ever cost. In some places they call this `Hush Money`.

  • 2 Jan 2006 06:33:07 GMT

    Ane Chandrika akke, apatath anduven punchi idam kellak denna berida? Apith akka vagema duppath minissu neda?

  • 2 Jan 2006 08:52:03 GMT

    I hope our `law pundits` will walk CBK and her cronies through the high courts of Sri Lanka. Of course my hope is a shot in the dark. Most lawyers will do work only to earn money for themselves. A case against the land deal may not bring them their fees they are after?

    This illustrate the view the LTTE leader takes

    Sri Lankan administration is littered with unfair issues,most of it led by the government. This is one of them

    How awful

  • 2 Jan 2006 20:26:36 GMT

    She made nice `blocks` in her Horogolla land and made it a middle class housing scheme. She did not give these blocks free but sold it.

    How dare can she now get this land free?. An explanation to the nation is a must. Why are you so greedy Chandrika?-

  • 2 Jan 2006 21:06:14 GMT

    Wijesinghe,

    I am sure you have heard the saying that the queen can do no wrong thus cannot be taken to courts. Well in this scenario, CBK happens to be the queen and can/could not do wrong (supposition: she does no wrong)thus there is no way of filing anything against her. She enjoys the retirement by the way so entitles her to have mansions not in SL but in UK and France too (they say that the merits you have acquired from the past lives brings forth as boons!!)