UPFA to sack its members if cross over, pledge support or submit affidavits: General Secretary informs its public representatives.
A UPFA communiqué issued to the media states it would take disciplinary action to terminate the parliamentary seat of its members if any of them would violate the party Constitution and its policies.
The communiqué also states that the party has received reports stating certain MPs, Provincial Councilors and Local Government Institution members are attempting either to change power in their institution or pledge support to other political parties.
It also says that certain members have submitted affidavits in order to support other political parties.
The communiqué signed by former minister and UPFA General Secretary Susil Premajayantha has requested its members to avoid doing such activities.