Premakumar Gunaratnam alias Kumara Mahaththaya found – Police
JVP dissident group leader Premakumar Gunaratnam alias Kumara Mahaththaya who was allegedly abducted is currently in Police custody, JVP MP Ajith Kumara told Ada Derana. He claimed that the IGP N.K. Illangakoon had informed him this morning that Gunaratnam was found.
Speaking to Ada Derana Police Spokesman SP Ajith Rohana stated that Noel Mudalige who was reported by the Australian High Commission in Sri Lanka as abducted is currently at the Bandaranaike International Airport in Katunayaka awaiting departure.
Rohana added that the information was received that the aforesaid person had been brought to the Dematagoda area by an unknown gang in a van. He had then later come to the Colombo Crimes Division(CCD) after which he was taken to the Katunayaka airport under police protection.
Noel Mudalige will fly to Australia early today morning, Police spokesman further added.
Last night the Australian High Commission in Colombo requested access to one of their citizens Noel Mudalige, who is supposed to have been forcibly removed from No.291, Gemunu Mawatha, Kiribathgoda, in order to facilitate his safe return to Australia.
Ada Derana also reported yesterday that incidentally the Kiribathgoda address of Mudalige is the same address from where JVP dissident group leader Premakumar Gunaratnam is believed to have been abducted on April 6.
Courtesy: Ada Derana
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Kumar Gunarathnam changed his name to Noel Mudalige, his wife says it was done because in Australia shorter names are easier.
This smells a rat. An entirely different name and surname just because a shorter name was preferred. Why didn’t he adopted a shorted “tamil” name? Smells more like a rat?
Did his children also changed their surnames to suit dad’s new surname, Mudalige? No. Smells even more like rats!
If he is pursuing a political life in Sri lanka, why would he bother about his longer name, which is said to be a problem only in Australia? Smells even nastier rat.
Mr Kumar appears to be driven by the incident which resulted in the demise of his brother in the late 80’s. This isn’t a good driver for his leadership aspirations. Despite his absence, the Frontline Socialist Party manifested a committed group of new leaders for the party at the recent convention. Mr Kumar may have been instrumental in giving birth to this promising new party. However, it is best that leadership be handed over to the next generation at this point. Mr Kumar also carries the stigma of being a “tamil”. It is strogly suggested that Mr Kumar give up his leadership aspirations and pick up the lawnmower in the leafy suburbs of Sydney.
Agree with Anthony. There’s lots of grass growing around houses in Sydney. The lawns do need committed individuals with revolutionary fervour to be kept under control!
An INTERESTING story & Thank you for above 1 & 2 info.!
Spoiled Evil Jvp “mis-leaders” seeking to mis-lead people here while hiding time to time in abroad but only end up frustrating..!
Whose “need” is this jvp or socialism..? Only they spoile themselves…!
Anyway this’s so called “Fun-da-mental” right of western introduced “Hu-man rights” & “Demo-crazy”..!
But by the change of name he may have stepped down himself from kumar “mahattaya” to “mudalige” because “mudalali” might mean “bothal paththara” mudalali also.!
Welcome home mate Kumara, there’s nothing like Ozzieland. Freedoms galore here mate; throw the barbie open and a dozen of cannies too.