Wimal Weerawansa further remanded
Posted in Local News
Former minister Wimal Weerawansa, who was arrested on charges of misusing state vehicles, has been further remanded until February 07 after being produced before the Colombo Fort Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday.
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This is definitely the beginning of the end of the so-called Yahapalana.
The SLPP/JO should go outright in their support to Udaya Gammanpila, the hero, to ascend the President’s Chair.
lock these rouges and through the key away. Give them a prison sentence until their death with hard labor. .
‘lock these rouges and through the key away. ‘
Hove many rouges have now been locked up after investigations?
How many so called rouges have now been released by the court with or without after being in remand custody for months and months? Who paid for the bill for keeping in custody?
if one go through global revolutionary histories wimal has not done much apart from lecturing from the pulpit. clearly demonstrated by the fact that he has no following. the same go for his fraternal colleague anura who will end up with the same fate. h has done nothing to serve the peoples cause compared to the founder wijeweera who was mowed down like a stray dog. they have not able to commemorate his existence
wijeweera ought to consider mi lucky in that he is only in remand for i thought he would have faced a worse fate something that looneies like ranjoth would have welcomed
Becareful, Weerawansa might start a hunger strike again, drinking only fresh orange juice.