Parliamentarians Arjuna and Tiran hand over letters of resignation
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Parliamentarian Arjuna Ranatunga has resigned from the post of Deputy Leader of the Democratic Party while Parliamentarian Tiran Alles has resigned from the post of Secretary of the Party.
Addressing a letter to the Leader of the Democratic Party, Sarath Fonseka, Arjuna Ranatunga has stated that he is resigning from the post of Deputy Leader of the Party and from the Party.
The letter has been dated November 8, 2012.
Meanwhile, Tiran Alles has informed the Leader of the Democratic Party, Sarath Fonseka, through a letter datedSeptember 2, 2012, that he is resigning from the post of Party Secretary.
Courtesy: News First
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Hmm thats it then.
What is needed at the moment is not deividing and fighting and wasting energy, but to get together and build. There is no plan called ‘The Perfect Plan”.
A better judgement by both of them and a ‘Paradise Regained ‘for Arjuna.
Need to have United Democratic Party to bring up with under one leader. Arjuna is good person, but strugling to find right leader. Sri Lanka need 3rd group like Imran Khan in Pakistan wiht open vision, fair, transparent, honest and trustful person. Imran Khan strugling since last 15 years and now he become strong leader to lead the nation. Arjuna looking for that too. Sarath Fonseka nothing wrong, need right people with SMART mentor to become dynamic leader. “VERY HARD TO FIND HONEST LEADER TODAY”
I am shocked by these resignations. I think it is time the great General join the Rajapaksa family in leading the nation. His philosophy is not being understood by any person and the only way to use his talents in leading wars to victory is by joining the most progressive Government Sri Lanka has ever had.
The Rajapaksa family has many wars in its hands including the internal strife, the diaspora push abroad, the economic decline, corruption and mis-behaviour within the polical leadership.
Fonseka is idealy positioned to take on one or more of these wars and just as he did with the tamil terrorists, he should be able to clear the playing field of all evil forces and support the Rajapaksa clan in driving the nation towards emanicipation of the Sinhala Buddhist Citizenry.
Your earlier entries appeared to me to be very critical of the Rajapaksa regime.In fact ,with your anglicized name I took you to be a Christian. You now talk about ‘driving the nation towards emancipation of the Sinhala Buddhist Citizenry’.But this concept should be put on a low profile,while promoting ‘Nation Building ‘on the fast track and collecting the entire Citizenry into one bag which is successfully being attempted by the Rajapaksa regime.Fonseka was misled by interested parties and his ambitions hit the skies.That’s where he made the mistake. It is time for him to make amends and get together to make Sri Lanka the Best in the world.