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Monday, 21 November 2016 - 20:33
Laws and regulations of the Yahapalanaya should be equal to all- Pivithuru Hela Urumaya


The Rs. 5000 note should be demonetized to identify those who have amassed money in the country, General Secretary of the Pivithuru Hela Urumaya (PHU) MP Udaya Gammanpila says.

He made this statement at a press conference held in Colombo.

Also taking part in the press conference National Organizer of the PHU Madumadawa Aravinda said that attention should be directed towards the fact that no legal actions were taken regarding the shooting incident that left former MP Duminda Silva’s head pierced with bullets.

MP Udaya Gammanpila- General Secretary of the Pivithuru Hela Urumaya

“I propose to demonetize the Rs. 5000 notes to see if it is the Rajapaksa’s or thieves at the Central Bank that have black money in Sri Lanka. Secondly I propose to introduce a system to record income tax to the Inland Revenue Department or the Commission to Investigate Allegations of Bribery of Corruption when a person sell gold, gems, pearls or diamonds worth over Rs. 10 lakhs. However, today the state stolen property search has transformed into a world touring, lodging in five star hotel entity.

“MP Wijedasa Rajapaksa spoke very courageously about Muslim extremism. The state always showcased a blind, dumb and deaf act in front of Muslim extremism. We have information showing that the state is refraining from addressing Muslim extremism because it needs a Sinhala- Muslim clash. The information we have shows that it is a scheme of this government to hold Joint Opposition leaders responsible for Sinhala- Muslim clash and imprison them to form a public referendum.”

Madumadawa Aravinda- National Organizer of the Pivithuru Hela Urumaya

“Those is the platform of making law, especially MP Ranjan Ramanayake, MP Palitha Thewarapperuma are chasing thieves from morning. Like Tamil Nadu films, whatever the law is, they go searching for thieves. Police who are deployed to catch thieves bend the laws. We also have to ask this, with regard to law. Just like it is needed to find the man behind the shooting of Baratha Lakshman, is it not necessary to find the man who is responsible for the bullet that pierced Duminda Silva’s head? Duminda Silva is a politician who is not well now. It is not because of anything but the fact that a bullet pierced his head. However, has the government critically deviated from law? We have an issue if there is no owner for that bullet.”

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