The United National Party states that officials remain lethargic in the face of escalating kidney disease in the North Central Province.
UNP Parliamentarian Dr. Jayalath Jayawardhana speaking at a media briefing in Colombo today stated that the he hopes to lodge a complaint at the Human Rights Commission, urging it to conduct investigations into the matter.
Meanwhile the JVP states that the government is using the power it obtained from the masses against the masses it's self.
Chief Secretary of the JVP Tilvin Silva Levelled this charge against the government while addressing a media briefing which was convened in Colombo today.
Moreover the Sri Lanka Muslim Congress states that the Alliance nor any other political party is able to obtain power in the countries East devoid of its assistance.
Leader of the SLMC Rauff Hakeem noted that the upcoming provincial polls would prove to be a turning point in congresses history.
Meanwhile the United Peoples Freedom Alliance requests of the countries citizens to not limit the upcoming provincial polls to development or individual candidate victories.
Addressing a gathering in Polonnaruwa today, Minister Nimal Siripala De Silva
noted that the upcoming polls should be utilized to deliver a proper response
to forces which are against the country.