Army officers deplore Sripathi`s comments

  • 17 Feb 2007 01:53:56 GMT

    Sripathy ge keruwawa api dannwa...

    nevy eke horakam karala mattu wela elawala damme...hon president should leak he file...

    me thakkadi horage kata wahenna....!

  • 17 Feb 2007 01:55:43 GMT

    This is how dishonest people forget the contribution very soon.

    Siripathi is a law maker. They are supposed to lead the country. They are supposed to behave like leaders.

    Instead, when he talks like this, that shows he is a begger and thief. Now, he can not beg ans steal anymore he is angry.

    He should not be allowed in the govt again.

  • 17 Feb 2007 04:10:58 GMT

    Dictating terms on military matters today are mostly the School dropouts of yore. This Sripathy is no different. So how would you expect anything different to the status quo? We don?t need enemies in the form of world?s deadliest terrorists vowed to bifurcate this land when Toms Dicks, Harrys, Ranils, Sripathi?s are there to do a perfect job from within. Add to the band of scoundrels is an array of political masters leading from the front this ongoing plunder.

    Nonetheless, it?s a hornet?s nest that he stirred at a time when the poor infantrymen laying down their lives for us to call a land and a civilisation of ours from afar.

    Mark you, Sripathy, every now and then guns misfire and make sure you are not in that friendly firing line.

  • 17 Feb 2007 04:22:22 GMT

    This man Siripathy is a disgrace .. He has `dis-owned` whatever was `honourable` in his earlier life. Can he ever say again, that he has a `service-history` in the Navy ?

  • 17 Feb 2007 08:57:06 GMT

    This power hungry guy is a disgrace to the whole country. He cannot issue foolish statements like this to undermine the great sacrifice our brave soldiers did.

    I sincerely wish that a soldier would go near him and kick him hard between the legs with the army boot:)

    It`ll make them realize a lot of things he has forgotten.

    We salute our armed forces and we stand by their side.


  • 17 Feb 2007 11:26:56 GMT

    Sripathy should not be allowed to get away with what he has said. May be he can be charged for `spreading rumours` or `bringing disrespect to the Forces` and punished. A few years of hard labour is what the guy deserves. He will get all the protection against death threats in the slammer.

  • 17 Feb 2007 16:57:52 GMT

    Now we know that some of our leaders are uneducated and unfit to serve a country or to be a representative of a-12288;country. I think we have many more still there trying to

    make a quick buck before the war is over!


  • 17 Feb 2007 21:38:25 GMT


    [Can he ever say again, that he has a `service-history` in the Navy ?]

    Exactly men. Since he`s served in the Navy, of all the people he should know better of the significance in capturing the vakarai coastal strip.

    Such comments are DEFINITELY signs of a weak man.

  • 17 Feb 2007 21:45:24 GMT

    We should be able to criticize the government or the security forces,when needed in a constructive way without jeopardizing the efforts of the fighting men.In the past we have seen,using this war,while our men dying at the front,there were some profited and they came from the Uniform types and from the Ministries and their agents.Perhaps special force could enlighten us? C130 bought from UK was an ex oil tanker,not suitable for transporting troops and supplies,without an expensive refit.Then the well used helicopters from the Eastern block,and the unusable ammo,the mortars and RPGs bought from East Africa that went missing in mid seas,etc.They were traitors too and if you keep mum about it,then one gives the green light to use this war,again,for personal gain.I don`t know who this Siripathy bloke is,but everyone seem to have their fingers in the jar.This is disgraceful and it demoralizes the men in battle and we heard the injured troopers didn`t have the proper transport facilities,but taken out on tractors and this were those battles that was fought and lost a decade ago.Perhaps there is an improvement to their facilities now,and the morale seems to be high,and must keep that momentum,just in case,the greed in some quarters would restart that would restart that nonsense again.These leaders were ruling the roost then, as well.I say be vigilant for the good of the country and not be complacent.