UNP’s Galle District Parliamentarian Buddhika Pathirana stated that he would not change his stance regarding the reconstruction of the UNP despite the truce today.
The General Secretary of the UNP Tissa Attanayake stated today that the party and Pathirana had come to an agreement which is to be submitted to the working committee.
“The disciplinary inquiry that was brought against me was citing wrongful allegations regarding my involvement with independent groups who contested at the Municipal Council election. My stance in this regard has not changed. I did not have anything to do with the independent parties during that time and I have conveyed this to the hierarchy of the party," he said.
The MP further pointed out that the process followed regarding the agreement will be handled by the secretary of the party.
However, when asked as to if his allegiance to the reformist group had been alienated Pathirana was quick to refute it. “I will continue to do the work I have done with no deviation for the betterment of the party and the people,” he said. (Hafeel Farisz)
Comments - 7
raigam Tuesday, 17 January 2012 01:59 PM
This reformist do not have any vision. They just have some slogans even they do not understand. If they wnat to be the future leaders they should stop this foolish things and work together with the party officials to become to power.
acs hameed Tuesday, 17 January 2012 02:32 PM
good news go head
gemini Tuesday, 17 January 2012 03:03 PM
This guy is too big for his boots.
MUSTHAFA Wednesday, 18 January 2012 04:06 AM
RANIL SHOULD KICKOUT FROM PART 1ST, THEN ONLY CAN THINK ABOUT THE PARTY FUTURE.....
Anil Wednesday, 18 January 2012 04:33 AM
His father in law who is the former ambassador to Italy had come and pleaded with ranil. Now he is talking big
Jeewa Wednesday, 18 January 2012 05:24 AM
Ranath Tuesday, 17 January 2012 01:01 PM
Well done..!! Keep it up we are with you. You have a bright future, unlike the "gala's" from Matara....!!!
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