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UNP unveils ‘Sathya’

4 June 2018 04:41 pm - 6     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

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The United National Party (UNP) today launched a Programme called ‘Sathya’ with the intention of ensuring that the public is aware and informed of all steps taken by the party to uplift the lives of Sri Lankans. Pix by Kithsiri De Mel

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  • Sara Monday, 04 June 2018 05:39 PM

    Another bloody joke after wasting three and a half years of ours, robing the banks, tax burden on poor people?

    Citizen A Monday, 04 June 2018 05:40 PM

    Actual content of the publication will be ASATHYA..Loaded with con

    Jiff Monday, 04 June 2018 07:36 PM

    The funny thing is this book is presented by Mangala to Harin. Did Mangala write it? He himself admitted that he attacked Ranil using fabricated lies. Doesn't take much IQ to figure out that he did the same to Mahinda in 2015 and will do the same in 2020.

    Patriot Monday, 04 June 2018 07:39 PM

    What is "SATHYA" about 118?

    Baron Baaron Tuesday, 05 June 2018 07:21 AM

    SATHYA is that you all are trying to whitewash the "Maha Banku Hora" and fooling the masses to protect your positions in the govt.

    Andare Tuesday, 05 June 2018 11:53 AM

    Ranil is not in the pictures, He will later say that he was not aware of such a publication being launched.Anyway , whether the UNP launches "Sathya" or Asathya" the people of the country know the Sathya of the Bond Scam.


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