LONDON’S GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER SAYS FONSEKA RELEASE LINKED WITH US DEMAND
Onlanka News – By Walter Jayawardhana
London’s Guardian newspaper indicated that the release of the former Army Commander Sarath Fonseka had a link with the demand of the United States from Sri Lanka to have a better record of human rights and release Fonseka.
In a news item on the issue the Guardian said, “The United States regards Fonseka as a political prisoner and has repeatedly said he should be freed. At a meeting in Washington on Friday,(May 18 )the secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, called on Sri Lanka’s foreign minister to address human rights issues.
The newspaper said, “The move, confirmed by government spokesmen, is an apparent attempt to quell international criticism of the government’s human rights record before a series of key visits by foreign officials and trips by the president over the summer, including to the London Olympics.”(EOM)
It is very sad one of Army hero was in jailed for politica issues, and USA involving to realease him from jail. OH NO NOT AGAIN these kind of bad practice in Sri Lanka. Lets work together build the nation, everyonce support & particpation needs to develop the nation.
Bull shit ! It was me who negotiated and pushed for his release. President Rajapaksha who didn’t bow his head to US, UK, Australia or Norway this time bowed his head to my push on this matter. See.. I must be credited for that, and only me!
There is a saying like this:
If something is successful then it has many fathers (to take ownership/credit). If the project was not successfull, it will become an orphan (means no one claims to be the owners).
London’s Guardian newspaper proves this saying.
This londan guardian is a real tiger tail like channel 4..