Don’t make a farce of Easter Sunday attack for political gain

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They are trying to bring up the Easter Sunday Attacks with  hope of winning the general election similar to how they won the  presidential election. But you shouldn’t make a farce of the  innocent people’s sufferings

By Thisari Walawege  

Former State Minister Sujeewa Senasinghe yesterday said the  government should take necessary legal action against parties  responsible for the Easter Sunday attack without making a politically  motivated farce of the attack.  

He charged that the government was reminiscing about the Easter  Sunday attacks in order to gain political mileage at the upcoming  elections and using the Easter Sunday Attack Commission to fulfil its political revenge schemes.  


While condemning such action, Mr. Senasinghe said those  who died should be respected without using their deaths to gain  political benefits and to investigate the matter under a proper legal  environment.  
“They are trying to bring up the Easter Sunday Attacks with  hope of winning the general elections similar to how they won the  presidential election. But you shouldn’t make a farce of the  innocent people’s sufferings,” he said.  

 

those  who died should be respected without using their deaths to gain  political benefits and to investigate the matter under a proper legal  environment

 

  Comments - 1

  • Ahamed lanka Monday, 06 July 2020 07:54 PM

    Well said .for them it does not matter how you should ,but anylow level does not matter to them .power greedy .


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