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Dr. Jayalath admitted to a London hospital

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UNP MP Jayalth Jayawardena was admitted to East Surrey hospital in London after he was found unconscious at the Gatwick airport. When contacted by the Daily Mirror UNP sources said that the condition of Jayawardena is currently stable.

 
 

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-139+72 # Yuri 2012-04-15 09:53
Mr Jayalath, You are in a safe country. just relax before you come to Jungle
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-45+65 # reader 2012-04-15 12:24
hay Yuri why stay in this country any longer please migrate to UK soon and enjoy their treatment
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-22+41 # sambol 2012-04-15 13:35
With MR likely to be there years and JJ neither here nor there may be trying for a refugee status in the UK.
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-17+29 # sambol 2012-04-15 13:36
With MR likely to be there years and JJ neither here nor there may be trying for a refugee status in the UK.
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-99+59 # Dhushy 2012-04-15 10:01
Sir you will be alright, pray for your recovery....
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-5+18 # A Concerned Citizen 2012-04-15 17:35
I think we can show others the good of ones religion from the compassion we show to our enemies, especially when they are down, than by building religious edifices and planting venerable trees.
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-106+50 # Labby 2012-04-15 10:21
Get well soon, Sir.
Seeduwa - Ja-Ela need you.
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-89+48 # raja 2012-04-15 11:09
Get well soon. God bless you
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-56+117 # absurd 2012-04-15 11:17
Can he be acting out the part ??
Can the UNP find some way to blame the government and Mahinda for this ???
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-51+46 # A Concerned Citizen 2012-04-15 12:36
I find it difficult to understand people who vote negative and make such comments when a person is ill, even if that is your enemy. It seems to show the depths to which the values of our society has fallen. No wonder we hear of all these disappearances, murders, rapes, robberies etc.
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-31+35 # Tintin 2012-04-15 14:52
Very true. i felt exactly the same way. I am no special supporter of Dr JJ. But I have no reason not to wish him a speedy recovery. He as a Doctor must have helped thousands of people get better in his career.
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-3+1 # absurd 2012-04-16 14:47
He has had a miraculous recovery....maybe your well wishes, now he will be off to complain about human rights - how much more stupid can you be ??
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-0+3 # A Concerned Citizen 2012-04-16 15:48
If the comments in this column are a reflection of the distribution of views within the Sri Lankan society as a whole, they show to the world how this very religious society is treating people it does not like or consider as its enemies.
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-27+17 # A Concerned Citizen 2012-04-15 17:19
Don't who wish bad for a person who is unwell forgetting that one day they too could be in a similar, if not worse, situation? Who can escape death and illness. I hope the bad comments against the person are not from our devout brethren.
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-23+27 # Silva 2012-04-15 12:57
Did he travel by Mihin Air to London........
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-21+41 # Aruna 2012-04-15 12:58
Hello Yuri,

You are granted to leave the jungle and go the safe country.

Aruna
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-13+23 # Gamini Udagepola 2012-04-15 13:35
Doctors too get sick.
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-13+21 # xlntgson 2012-04-15 14:20
Get well to treat many, of course, you didn't mix medicine with politics!
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-19+11 # mara 2012-04-15 15:01
Dr. might have traveled a non-stop 12 hours journey. Travel stress causes many people with such a problem. Elders and those who are afraid to fly better to find information on the net before they take a long flight. Dr. Jaya take care.
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-24+27 # aa 2012-04-15 15:08
get well later , stay more in uk , tigers will visit you , you can collect some fund for for LTTE, as you collected for them last time, if possible get lost in uk it selfe , you a the one of best LLTE in sri lanka
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-12+23 # aa 2012-04-15 15:10
uk walata geye aayeth lanka gana kelam kiyantatha
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-8+13 # Ceylonese 2012-04-15 15:33
This not a news anymore.
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-0+3 # Fusion 2012-04-15 22:05
I am not a supporter of Dr. JJ politically, but as a fellow human-being I wish you a speedy recovery. Get well soon sir!
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-0+3 # Vincent Pio 2012-04-15 22:19
Doctor JJ is a great man who took many risks in his political life. Some comments are so bad that I doubt whether we are a civilised society. The doctor was also a good medical man who even went on TV to advise people. May Our Lady of Madhu heal him and bring him back to the service of his country. As a true Christian and one who had learned the teachings of the Buddha, he would forgive all the commentators ill comments, I believe.
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-4+0 # kiribath 2012-04-15 22:47
good news for the UNP.
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-4+0 # MH 2012-04-16 09:01
Poor tax payers money.
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