Ven. Galabodaaththe Gnanasara, 13 others acquitted
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The Bodu Bala Sena General Secretary Ven. Galabodaaththe Gnanasara Thera and 13 others including four monks charged with trespassing and attacking the Cavalry Church in Thalahena at Malabe in 2008 were acquitted today.
The order was delivered by High Court Judge Padmini Mediwaka.
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Another piece of ammunition to be used by the International Community.
Where is the religious harmony boasted by the President.
Miss Padmini Mediwaka, Magistrate, in her wisdom, found Ven GAG and his followers, innocent in the alleged crimes.
SL’s legal system is more than 2,500 years old and is capable of dealing with complex crimes. This decision reflects the legal system’s maturity where Sinhala Buddhist leaders have been acquitted on baseless charges.
The Western World are free to opine to suit their convinience but we, as a nation of Sinhala Buddhists, shall travel the path to “Wonder of Asia”.
Who were those who attacked these religious institutions.?
When will citizens of Sri Lanka start thinking of themselves as Sri Lankans and not as Sinhalese, Tamils Muslims, Buddhists Christians etc
Sri Lankans should now start thinking of themselves as Sri Lankans