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Kaliamma
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LK Information  18 Dec 2013 06:13:13 GMT  Report for Abuse  
Murderous Mafia s precedential advisers are Kassipu Wansantha, Kudu Mervin and Kudu Duminda

A clash has erupted between president Mahinda Rajapaksa and Matale district MP, deputy minister Lakshman Wasantha Perera, who is second only to minister Johnston Fernando in helping the Rajapaksa family to earn their monthly earnings , according to Temple Trees sources.
Better known among his parliamentary colleagues as Kasippu Wasantha , lawyer Lakshman Wasantha Perera has liquor distilling as his main income. The Hingurana Sugar factory and several other distilleries owned by him manufacture substandard liquor. During a raid by the Customs in Biyagama last year, it was revealed he was using formaline, urea and other hazardous raw materials for liquor manufacturing.
However, the Customs investigations were stopped and the members of the raiding party suspended on the orders of the president. A leading shareholder of Hingurana Sugar factory is Lekshika Fernando, a niece of the president and the wife of Shashindra Rajapaksa, Kataragama Devale Basnayake Nilame, who is the son of Chamal Rajapaksa.
The clash between the president and Lakshman Wasantha Perera is due to the MP not giving the president his share. The president s anger has increased as the MP has confined only to words a promise to MP Namal Rajapaksa s Tharunyata Hetak to build 600 swimming pools across the country.
Deciding to take some action, the president has spoken to his news planter, Ranjith Ananda Jayasinghe of Lankadeepa and instructed him to attack Kasippu Wasantha. As a result, the journalist planted a lead news article in last Sunday s issue of the newspaper under the heading 2 politicians behind ethanol racket.
Since he had to spent millions on his son s electioneering for the north western provincial council polls recently, minister Johnston Fernando too, has failed to give the president his share and deputy minister Lakshman Wasantha Perera having followed suit, the president s monthly income has decreased and his anger increased.
The Lankadeepa article has left both Johnston Fernando and Lakshman Wasantha Perera quite concerned and they have tasked their media secretaries with issuing explanatory media statements. A go-between of the president has spoken to both politicians and advised them to give the president his share and get the matter settled before it gets too far, instead of making matters worse by issuing media statements. Sources at Lankadeepa say Ranjith Ananda Jayasinghe is all ready, with Christmas nearing, to plant his next article for which he is expecting responses from the two politicians.

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Mafia should consider removing the ban on Heroin, Cocane, ice any other drud, and should allow to import tax free, then mafia clan do not need send letter to customs and do their business openly
The Mahinda Rajapaksa Mafia government is looking at removing the ban on marijuana. Minister of Indigenous Medicine Salinda Dissanayake has told the media that he will submit legislation to parliament soon to seek to remove ban on marijuana.
He has said that marijuana has medicinal value and the ban should be lifted for its medical use.
The Minister has noted that the legislation has to be amended to lift the ban on the controlled substance.
He has said the Ayurveda Act will be amended to highlight the important medicinal value of marijuana and a committee has already been formed to make proposals to amend the Ayurveda Act.
According to Dissanayake, laws will also be put in place to ensure marijuana is grown only by doctors and the Ayurveda Commissioner will be authorized to monitor marijuana grown for medicinal purposes if the ban is removed



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Kaaaaliyaaaa..... thota thogey kunu kata nikan thiyaagena inda beri nam thogey @mmava genen ukala pennanda carryaaa


Gon buruwo nikan nayata kahine nathuwa gihin kakussiya hodapan
Umba hithagene inne umbe ungal bagen onadeyak karanna puluwan kiyala
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umbata ukaan wenne ata deken thamai


Sorry
i just realised that you do not have balls either
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Kaaaliyaaaa.... kattaganinkoo

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Kattaganin.... umbata singhala theyrenney nedda...??????
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Kattaganin.... umbata singhala theyrenney nedda

Umbata mokuth therenne anti bawa mama dananwa
Thatb is whuy you only good at a.ss l.king
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India demolishes US embassy barriers after diplomat s arrest in America

By David K. Li and Post Wires

December 17, 2013 | 11:06am
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India demolishes US embassy barriers after diplomat s arrest in America
A bulldozer demolishes a barricade outside of the US embassy in New Delhi after the arrest of Devyani Khobragade (left) who was accused of underpaying her nanny. Photo: New York Post/Steven Hirsch Reuters
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India s government incensed over the arrest of a female diplomat in Manhattan last week has retaliated by removing the security barriers in front of the US embassy in New Delhi, the country s main news agency reported.

Tow trucks and a backhoe were used to haul off the long concrete barriers designed to prevent cars from speeding up to the embassy s gates that had been in front of the compound. The Press Trust of India reported that the government was behind the move.

We got orders to remove the concrete barriers, said a cop near the embassy.

Asked why, he sniffed, They were obstructing traffic on the road.

The heavy-handed retaliation was sparked by the arrest of Devyani Khobragade, India s deputy consul general for political, economic, commercial and women s affairs in Manhattan, for allegedly mistreating her female nanny.

The feds charged that Khobragade lied on a visa application to get the Indian national into the United States and then paid her a paltry $3.31 an hour.

Khobragade was handcuffed and reportedly strip-searched after her bust, treatment considered particularly demeaning for a woman in her country.India s officials fumed that she was even held in a cell with drug addicts.

India s national security adviser, Shivshankar Menon, branded Khobragade s arrest barbaric.

He and leaders of the country s two main political parties refused to meet a delegation of US lawmakers visiting India this week over the flap.

One of the politicians who was supposed to be at the meeting later tweeted, Refused to meet the visiting USA delegation in solidarity with our nation, protesting ill-treatment meted (out) to our lady diplomat in USA.

In retaliation for Khobragade s arreset, India s government also was threatening to downgrade privileges for some US embassy workers there and even demand information about how much they pay their own Indian household staff, PTI reported.

A high-ranking official of the Bharatiya Janata Party currently the largest opposition group in Indian and favored to win upcoming elections urged India to arrest the domestic partners of any gay US officials there.

India s Supreme Court, in a ruling last week, essentially deemed homosexuality there illegal.

The reason why they have arrested this Indian diplomat in New York is violation of the law of the land in the United States, said the politician, former Finance Minister Yashwant Sinha.

Now the same violation is taking place wherever US embassy official have obtained visas for their partners of the same sex.

If American law can apply to Indian diplomats in New York, the Indian law can apply here.

Khobragade and her New York lawyer could not be immediately reached for comment.

She was released on $250,000 bail after a hearing in Manhattan Federal Court on Thursday.

We understand that this is a sensitive issue for many in India, said State Department Deputy spokeswoman Marie Harf of Khobragade s arrest.

Accordingly, we are looking into the intake procedures surrounding this arrest to ensure that all appropriate procedures were followed and every opportunity for courtesy was extended.

While the deputy consul s lawyer has argued that she should have diplomatic immunity, US officials said that would only cover crimes committed in connection with her work.

Khobragade s father, Uttam Khobragade, told the TimesNow TV news channel that his daughter s treatment was absolutely obnoxious.

As a father, I feel hurt, our entire family is traumatized, he said.
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