'B enjoys protracted stay in Merchant?s Ward

  • 27 Mar 2005 10:48:23 GMT

    Yes without doubt SB should be put behind bars. however, he got this punishment only after he left the SLFP. He earned millions and millions during his period under the SLFP government. That is the Sri Lanka`s politics and policies.

  • 27 Mar 2005 15:06:13 GMT

    If you talk like this. We need to send most of Sri Lankan politicians home. Even you don`t believe, Chandika is the most corrupt person. If you need I have all evidence.

  • 27 Mar 2005 20:41:47 GMT

    The importance of estabilishing the rule of law in Sri Lanka has been quite apparent for a long time, with the politicians of various and all hues being the worst culprits of a largely lawless society. Anyone who breaks the law deserves the same treatment, and our society has finally broken away from its long held and destuctive trance of political immunity to law. It is imperative that we do not allow anyone to make a mockery of the legal system anymore, if we are to retain a semblance of civilization that is acceptable to the outside world. In the alternate, all Sri Lankans would end-up looking like our hapless Tamil bretheren under their God Pol-Pot 11.

  • 29 Mar 2005 16:47:26 GMT

    I am sure SB was corrupt. And he built his house when he was in the PA and before he joined the UNP. How come Chandrika did not do anything about his corruption when he was on her side. Am I to get this right... If SB does corrupt deals when he was in the PA, it is acceptable... but when he leaves corruption is unacceptable? Is it the PA/Chandrika theory? It must be some French university theory which Chandrika never attended!

  • 29 Mar 2005 18:39:59 GMT

    i think what we need is like a military government free from political bias

  • 30 Mar 2005 14:05:02 GMT

    After the mega events of September 11, 2001, 9-11, the definition of `narco terrorist` has been broadened to include not only drug traffickers, but also insurgents, guerrillas and terrorists who are believed involved in the drug trade. The Federal Court of Canada has even ruled that `narco terrorism` is a crime against humanity and those who engage in it can be deported to their homelands.

    Please do not get angry my dear LTTE members but this is true

    an extract from

    http://www.thedailystar.net/2004/01/19/d40119150199.htm

    The ruling involved the case of a Sri Lankan drug dealer named Veluppilai Pushpanathan who was convinced of selling heroin in Toronto, ostensibly to raise money for the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam organisation ( the so-called LTTE). The dealer was actually arrested in 1987, convicted and sentenced to eight years in prison. Then upon his release in 1991, Pushpanathan applied for refugee status in a bid to block his extradition to Sri Lanka. Federal immigration authorities built an unprecedented narco terrorism case against him, and in October 2002, the Federal Court agreed, ruling that Pushpanathan could be deported.