CBK condemns indiscipline in schools, universities

  • 7 Aug 2005 22:32:44 GMT

    Madam, what about the discipline in the parliament, your government and within yourself? You ruled the country for almost 11 years. You promoted some kinds of thugs in the country (Baddegana Sanjeewa, Mervin Silva, Potta Naufer).

    You made a Sandaanaya with the political party you were refering for your own Benifit.

    SLFP presidential candidate you appointed last week promoted thuggery in Hambanthota (do you remember Chandi Malli and his golayas)

  • 8 Aug 2005 09:44:36 GMT

    Sheis right discipline must start from school, because all school dropouts joining the army and commiting crimes. and she couldnt decipline them.

    some joing JVP she need to decipline them. some even joining the parliment.

    but she(CBK) need to learn displine . first leson is punctual.

  • 8 Aug 2005 09:48:49 GMT

    JVP is the main cause of trouble in all south university.

    this poor government still have no idea.

    sometimes you need to take action for future generations.

  • 8 Aug 2005 09:51:09 GMT

    Yes, LTTE carders are technically not school dropouts. Because they have never been to a school!. Only Charles Anthoney Jr and such are `allowed` to go to school and then to the Uni.


  • 8 Aug 2005 11:51:30 GMT

    Ajan, FYI...

    Your statements are contradictory man...in the first you say that `school dropouts are joing the JVP`

    and then you say that `JVP is the main cause for all the troble in the southern Unis`

    In case if you don`t know , in Sri Lanka school drop outs can not enter the govt. Unis...(I m sure you know this, but you have slightly mixed up the points)


  • 8 Aug 2005 11:56:40 GMT


    what are you talking brother???the LTTE barbarians have definetely gone to schools....but those are military schools...


  • 8 Aug 2005 12:13:24 GMT

    There is discipline problem everywhere. It is very unreasonable if you are blaming students for their behavior. They are still young. As adults we should be an example to them. Start from the top. Dont be like the crab who advice their children to go straight without the parents going straight.

  • 8 Aug 2005 15:39:33 GMT

    Chandrika should learn to take responsibility for the stinking state of education and other sectors as head of the state. She ruled more than a decade what progressive change has happened in the education system? All the politician`s and rich kids get admission easily into the so-called `elite colleges`, while many talented poor kids, end up in schools which doesn`t have clean drinking water! What a shame for a state leader to call the educational instituions are breeding grounds for criminals and thugs! Parents needs to think seriously what values the education in our country is going to give our kids.

    Jayawewa to the so-called desapremi `patriots`! (Better learn what patriotism means!)

  • 9 Aug 2005 00:51:03 GMT

    I think CBK is playing a national leaders role by courageously pointing out the hard facts that most of us may want to sweep under the rug - as they are quite embarrasing to admit. It is easy for all of you guys commenting here to criticize - but I wonder if each of you have asked yourself what you have done to fix the problem. If the discipline problem is not addressed at the school and university levels, what hope do you have for rest of society. JVP is not alone in thuggery - although they have raised the art several notches. I recall when Premadasa`s UNP thugs beat peaceful demonstrators.

    Thuggery in universities should not be tolerated. Where else in the world have you heard about a university student being killed (at Vidyodaya) by his head being crushed with a computer monitor. Great use of IT!

  • 9 Aug 2005 01:12:57 GMT

    By the way Madam, to speak about the discipline in Schools and Universities, how late you attended the meeting. Generally, people who are disciplined do not waste the time of others.