Wimal contradicts JVP disarm TMVP call

  • 27 Mar 2008 07:34:00 GMT

    [Pillaiyan Group after deserting the LTTE had worked with the government s security forces]

    Didn`t the Govt deny that any paramilitary group was working with the security forces?

    Kaatath hora wes muhunu bandata natanney elipita! ( even though the masks are worn in secrecy the drama is for all to see)

  • 27 Mar 2008 12:18:24 GMT

    Work done by pillaian is finish...now he is not more needed.

    credit goes to defence forces...now pillaians days are numberd..this is not wimal,s demand, MR is behind this.wimal

    is only mouth piece

  • 27 Mar 2008 12:28:45 GMT

    Contradictions of Wimal Weerawansa is coming to the show, way faster than contradictions of pro LTTE guys.

    There is a well fortified & well prepared media group to find (24 hrs service) contradictions or any such of Nalin De Silva, Gunadasa Amarasekara, SL, All JHU Monks, Champika Ranawaka, All JVP MPs, ......

    Most of the crooks r exempted in these findings.

  • 28 Mar 2008 03:26:31 GMT

    In an article on a national weekend news paper MP Nandana Gunathilake has written that there is a conspiracy against Wimal within the party itself. And Wimal is not happy with the current politics of JVP.

    This contradictory statement proves that.

  • 28 Mar 2008 05:20:05 GMT

    [Pillaiyan Group after deserting the LTTE had worked with the government s security forces.]

    Recently I had direct experience of the damages that such alliances could result in. A guy in mufti questioned me at length, with the full approval of the forces in uniform. I asked the guy as to which group he belonged to and why he was not in uniform? If he was a spy - he ought to have gathered information confidentially. If he was an officer - he ought to have been in uniform. This kind of intimidation results is reducing the dignity of a law abiding citizen.

    The guy asked me when I had arrived in Sri Lanka. I said 26 Feb. He pointed to the Malaysian seal which said 25 Feb??? He had gun power. So I left it at that. The experience reminded me of the Security Officer of the University of NSW - questioning me without wearing his uniform and also the NSW Police getting more upset with me when I demonstrated greater intelligence that they. I reminded myself that more stood to gain by me living - than by me dying in an area where the Police are reported to be no longer registering complaints. I heard stories of young men getting killed - without their loved ones knowing why or who killed. Jaffna people were stronger and upheld their dignity.

    Baticaloa officers kept drilling me about my visit to Jaffna - as if that were a crime. I concluded that those were expressions of their fears.

    Gaja Lakshmi Paramasivam -= Australian Tamil

  • 28 Mar 2008 09:08:06 GMT

    [Baticaloa officers kept drilling me]OMG something happened wrong