UNP demands PM`s resignation

  • 9 Aug 2005 21:59:39 GMT

    If Mahinda did noting wrong then Why return the money???

    Earlier the government said that no money had been with drawn from the Private acct. Now its coming to light that several with drawals were made. Including one to a Willie Gamage...

    Either way Keeping money in a Savings account while thousands are suffering with out one proper meal is a crime - and mahinda will pay for it at the comming elections.

    The Law should apply to everyone in the same manner.

  • 10 Aug 2005 02:24:07 GMT

    UNPers just can?t imagine why those thousands of millions rupees are still in the accounts earning interest. Had the UNP been in power today the tsunami refugees would still be in temporary shelters most probably in worse conditions.

    The MAIN difference would be the money vanished.

    On the records of Bribery Commission and Magistrate Courts- there would be entries to the effect that ?Dead Fathers? of UNP leaders have gifted millions of rupees just at the same time Tsunami struck.

    How stupid this Prime Minister is.

  • 10 Aug 2005 03:44:19 GMT

    Hi OOPSE`

    This is a captivating statement buddy!!

    The hon. Prime Minister has every right to change the bank account of the Tsunomi fund as and when necessary. The donor`s have no Problem with this and they have handed over the money to the PM to be used for tsunomi purposes.

    If the Prime Minister is that powerful ,then the President is even more powerful.

    She could authorise any citizen of this country to transfer money from one account to another to be spent on tsunami relief work.

    So going by your thinking why are all these fellows just making a big fuss in the creation of a Regional fund under P-Toms for tsunami work. It was the citizens of this country who were victimised, not aliens.

    What is our standard my friend?

    Fairplay

  • 10 Aug 2005 04:20:43 GMT

    If Mr PM is correct, any one can rob a bank and return the money when police is going to catch him. Is it fair.

    If Mahinda is not a thief, he shoudl keep money and challenge UNP to go to court. So far`no one knows what happend to petisions given to CIDion to .

    If any government do not like CFA, they have an option to abort it within 2 weeks notice. Our PM, President and JVP promised to abort the CFA before the election and when they come to power, they continued with the existing CFA. That itself shows the policy towerds the national issue. You can`t change your policy every year. We need a leader in our country who has a lear policy about neverything. I beleive Ranil has some policy whether it is correct or wrong. But Mahinda doesn`t have apolicy on any issue.

    If anyone knows about Mahinda`s policy on any issue please let us know. I can provide UNP policy on any issue whether I like it or not.

  • 10 Aug 2005 04:25:28 GMT

    I want to reply to Jay-r.

    He mentioned that UNP provided the TV station to LTTE. I think they brought all TV equipment and even air plane during the tsunami. who ruled the country during Tsunami? As I said earlier, don`t blame CFA. Even if you have CFA you can restric movements or if you don`t like the CFA you can easily withdraw by giving 14day notice. JVP, PM and president could have done it if they don`t like.

  • 10 Aug 2005 04:29:42 GMT

    Fairplay,

    If doners have given money to PM to give it to Tsunami, what did he keep that money for 8 months in a FD to earn interest while tsunami victims are suffering in refuge camps.

    Without giving to victims, he has given 1 million to his buddy Willy. Is it fair?

  • 10 Aug 2005 04:32:22 GMT

    You can`t argue on that issue. Even PM doesn`t know how to answer. Without answering questions, he talk about mud slinging.

    Mr PM come forword and answer questions and show the world that you are not a thief.

  • 10 Aug 2005 04:33:59 GMT

    Oh God!

    At least this man returned the money back to the treasury after realizing what he did or got his secretary to do was wrong.

    If this money was taken by UNP fellow, the fate would be similar to what has happened for `Galvanized Sheets` some time back.

  • 10 Aug 2005 04:39:09 GMT

    OOops,

    You are talking about no confidence motion against PM. No ned to have that, there is place call court, you can go infront of the court and shoiw you are not a thief.

    There was a petition with CID. If you are not a thief, take it up and let inquiry and court decide. Currentlu CID is not be plannig to have an inquiry. WHY?????????

    All know why.. except you Mr OOPS.

  • 10 Aug 2005 04:39:19 GMT

    OOops,

    You are talking about no confidence motion against PM. No ned to have that, there is place call court, you can go infront of the court and shoiw you are not a thief.

    There was a petition with CID. If you are not a thief, take it up and let inquiry and court decide. Currentlu CID is not be plannig to have an inquiry. WHY?????????

    All know why.. except you Mr OOPS.