There will be no power cuts on Sunday (19) in view of Ramadan festival, said Minister of Power and Energy, Patali Champika Ranawaka.
Courtesy: The Nation
Paying extremely high salaries in CEB has created a lot of problems in the country. We pay high bill for their high salary. University lecturers also highlight the issue that CEB staff pays high and so they need more.
Therefore, there should be a national agreement to reduce their salaries.
The other trade unions in the country should demonstrate and protect against paying high salaries for CEB people as we all are paying them.
August 15, 2012 at 3:09 pm
yes! this is a way of political play. You see on the day of festival, they would not cut the power,as the gov says that we did our best to the people of Islam who are celebrating their Ramadan festival.
YES !!! They are cutting the power deliberately and shows the people of Islam that they are fair enough and well doers as the provincial election is nearing in the east.
Yes we have brain manjula .
August 15, 2012 at 7:35 pm
Ashik view from Ashik….
the above statement was posted on August 15,2012. if you people see that, then you could now realize how selfish and playing ball games with the publics by this Gov.
if u see the previous news titled about power cut, then you could see the above statement.
Is it true or false now ???? think !!!!!!!
Brained people would think but grained people also think but will be late.
some shit people never consider about this but darks like stray dogs piggy faced.
It is totally up to come up with “stories”. But it is up to the people to believe it or to laugh it out. You have control over that.
You are trying to say that the drought was created by the government to cut power to hurt muslims and then give power back to satisfy muslims. Aren’t you simply insulting the muslims by suggesting that the muslims are silly jokers that can be fooled by silly games like that?
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