Penalizing offenders does not amount to taking political revenge – JVP
Parliamentarian Anura Kumara Dissanayake has said that penalizing offenders does not amount to taking political revenge. As an example, if Shirani Bandaranaike had been ousted unconstitutionally and if the appointment of Mohan Peiris has not been done constitutionally, rectifying this issue is not taking political revenge.
Also if Sarath Fonseka’s pension had not been deprived of constitutionally and the designation of the title General had been stripped off unconstitutionally, its rectification does not amount to taking political revenge.
They would be on alert on these issues. He added that rectifying an act which had been unconstitutional does not amount to taking political revenge and they would not permit political revenge.
Dissanayake said they will lodge complaints to the Commission of Corruption and Malpractices against persons who swindled public funds amounting to millions of rupees engaging in corruption and malpractices.
He also revealed that they will report Namal Rajapaksa, Basil Rajapaksa and Ajith Nivard Cabral as well as those who had been involved in the Hedging agreement to the Bribery or Corruption Commission today..
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Listen to yesterday Satana programme then specially the ideas of Rathana Thero. Then you understand what I meant by misunderstanding.
If what JVP alleges is true and not just gossip, then it is just that these individuals be investigated fairly and brought to justice. Money amassed by corrupt individuals should be confiscated by the State if found guilty.
This law applies equally to the new President and his brothers also, who are alleged to be corrupt. I challenge JVP to report them also to Bribery & Corruption Committee. If these individuals, even the new President and his relatives, are found guilty then he should lose his post as President and sent to jail and all his assets seized by the State.
There should then be a new Presidential Election.
This time citizens in the country have an opportunity to clearly understand how Sri Lankan politicians (main parties) are patriotic. They now cross over to help the programme of Maithreepala. But in the same way they strentheaned the arms of Mahinda Rajapakse.
They argued that there was an agreement between Tamil diaspora and Maithreepala faction.
What about that fact now ?
JVP is really loving our country. I feel it is a sacred party always protecting the country in last two decades.
Basnayaka, did you wait untill ratana talks to reply about what you said here? He didn’t comment here, you’re the 1 who said that //sinhala people now change their misunderstandings about tamils// so, you must say what’re those misunderstandings ok..! Now you say that //jvp is really loving our country// that’s why jvp destroyed 1000s of lives & countless public properties twise in ’71 & ’89…? Isn’t it?
Several times i explained you what I meant by misunderstanding but as a brainless person or for whatever reason you can’t understand it. So I will never reply to you.