Alaska visa scandal: CID to record statement from Jeevan

  • 12 Mar 2006 21:55:13 GMT

    Is the question again. Does our political leaders have the backbone to kick out the culprits.

  • 13 Mar 2006 00:54:58 GMT

    CID must be allowed to conduct an impartial Investigations.

    All culprits involved in this scandal must be brought to book. The Innocent victims who were duped must be Compensated, with what ever they have spent. President must get a full explanation from Jeevan. He can`t just get away simply by saying I do not know anything.

  • 13 Mar 2006 04:13:06 GMT

    JEEVAN - PLAYS THE INNOCENT ROLE NOW, SAYING THE NIGERIAN DUPED.... HA HA HE PROVES THAT HE IS THE SUPER STAR OF SRI LANKA.

  • 14 Mar 2006 00:28:19 GMT

    The days of the `Kumarathungas` are now over!!

  • 14 Mar 2006 02:20:32 GMT

    Another golden opportunity for the president to send a clear and a strong message to those working in the governmnet, that he has zero tolerance for corruption in ministries.

    A thorough, transparent investigation should take place and the those who are responsible should be brought to justice and be given maximum punishment.

    The voters are watching actions, not words, of the president!

  • 14 Mar 2006 02:23:44 GMT

    MAHINDA CHINTHANA at work!

  • 22 May 2007 13:59:07 GMT

    When the president of SL prompts and encourages the ministers and ambassadors to propagate lies how can you expect the SRI Lankan Ambassador to US not to fabrigate a lie to tarnish the reputation of a foreign govt with the aim of ousting the country from being a facilitator. Norway was invited to ficilitate a peace talk between the-then govt and LTTE.

    Later Mahinda Rajapakse came to power to sack Norway from its facilitatory role. Because the international community backed the neutral Norway this president is using clandestine activities to implicate Norwaygean govt in a scandal so that he can carry out the annihilation of Tamils without the watchful eye of SLMM and Norway.

  • 22 May 2007 14:02:25 GMT

    The SL president wants the SL Ambassador in US to incriminate Norway in the visa scandal to oust her from her facilitatory role. This is symtamatic of this govt underhand tactics.

  • 22 May 2007 14:21:34 GMT

    Sri Lankan Ambassador to US Bernard Gunatilleke caught lying to the New York Radio on his false claim of involvement of Govt of Norway in the handing of 9 blank passports to a Sri Lankan by a police. These 2 individuals were imprisoned in 2006 for their part in the offence but the SL Govt is working tirelessly to taint Norway in order to oust her from her facilitatrory role.

  • 22 May 2007 15:03:04 GMT

    Let let CID do the job in a responsible manner without any hindrance by any government official/s.This type of business MUST be dealt with severely.The said minister should be given a fair trial with all persons who received bogus visas to prove who are involved.The President will have to use his powers to safe-guard the National Image.If not,he should submit his letter of resignation and never join any political group hereafter.

    Peoples of Sri Lanka have had enough with crooked ministers in the cabinet.Now is the time to clear up OR clear OUT!