TNA’s Sivajilingam too against party decision
TNA’s NPC member M.K.Sivajilingam taking a different stance from that of the party said that he would ask people to vote for a candidate of their choice at the forthcoming presidential election.
Mr. Sivajilingam said the TNA should not have openly backed any particular candidate.
“There are several other NPC members who are not ready to accept the TNA stance to support a particular candidate. Actually, we should not have announced anything of that sort. People should be left to make their decision,” he said.
TNA Leader R. Sampanthan said he instructed his deputy Mavai Senathirajah to take action against these members who have criticized the decision in public. “I asked Mr. Senathirajah to take into it. He is in Jaffna. I think he has spoken to these members on this matter. We have 30 members and only two or three have taken such a position. But we should not allow that to happen,: Mr. Sampanthan said.
Earlier, TNA’s NPC member Ananthi Sasitharan has defied the party’s decision to support opposition common candidate Maithripala Sirisena and said she would not support either of the two main candidates.
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That’s an excellent response to the dictatorial leadership of the TNA.
The background to instructions coming from TNA are unknown. Prior to May 2009 when brave Sinhala Buddhist Ranaviru eliminated the Sun God and his troops, the instructions coming from TNA were from the LTT.
After the great redemption under the leadership of HE Mahinda Rajapaksa, the TNA is tied to diaspora dreamer groups who are interfering in the affairs of the Sovereign Sinhala Buddhist Republic of Sri Lanka where there no minorities and all residents of the land irrespective of religion, language, ethnicity, caste and whatever criteria, are equal citizens of the country.
To teach the ‘bedumvaadaya’ preachers a bitter lesson, Shivhaji and Ananthi should cross over to the UPFA prior to 8 Jan and strengthen the hands of the greatest Sri Lankan leader ever, HE Mahinda Rajapaksa.