NGO porn scandal shocks Batti, Ampara

  • 23 Apr 2006 04:07:50 GMT

    LTTE should find those responsible and execute them all.. no matter foreign or local!!

  • 23 Apr 2006 05:00:52 GMT

    No Problem Kanthan,

    If, LTTE takes a soft stand the RPF will jump in!

  • 23 Apr 2006 14:32:33 GMT

    Where`s LTTE justice when you need it?

  • 23 Apr 2006 14:34:55 GMT

    [No Problem Kanthan,

    If, LTTE takes a soft stand the RPF will jump in!]


    The `peoples force` should start claymore-ing busloads of tourists as revenge/warning for this. I`m surprised they haven`t done so already.

  • 23 Apr 2006 14:36:07 GMT

    LTTE leave the work to Karuna

  • 23 Apr 2006 17:34:49 GMT

    Whether it is tamil or sinhala, it is sri Lankan.

    Sl culture goes down the drain.

    Foreigners spread diseases.

  • 24 Apr 2006 01:06:50 GMT

    This is one issue on which all Sri Lankans without exception see eye to eye. A couple of months back this surfaced in the Ampara district and Muslims were advised through the mosques NOT to send girls to work in NGOs. Strange that authorities didn`t bother about it then.

    As 4 culprit INGOs have been identifiied, why not ban them and take punitive actions against them to start with?

  • 24 Apr 2006 07:19:27 GMT

    The PROCESS through which we do Service work is far more important than the outcomes. The weakness is not only in relation to intimacy but also in the way the projects are managed - the excessive enjoyment especially in Batticaloa district about which I also heard complaints. The excessive use of vehicles and other facilities. The International doctors came to Mankerni - dispensed medication as if the people were numbers and then packed up and went. That is also abuse - influencing the people to think they had diseases for which these International experts had the medication. I asked the local Public Health Officers about it - and they said they were just carrying out instructions. If the government puts its hands out for money then it is likely to get the problems that come with it. Only the needy are protected from infection from such sins - by their need.

    Also, with the Kalladi area, the Hindu temple visited by Prince Charles was still looking lost and abandoned. If priorty had been given to temples and the values promoted by religions - there would have been no time and resources for this kind of pleasure seeking.

    Gaja Lakshmi Paramasivam from Australia