Field Marshal Sarath Fonseka today challenged Justice Minister Wijeyadasa Rajapakshe to reveal if he had any sort of connection with Avant Garde owner within the next 48 hours.
Field Marshal Fonseka said he had a doubt that Minister Rajapakshe was having a special connection with the Avant Garde proprietor even though Minister Rajapakshe was acting like he had no such connection.
“I ask Minister Rajapakshe to reveal if he had any sort of connection with Avant Garde proprietor. If he had one, what was the connection he was having. I have a doubt that he was having a special connection with Avant Garde proprietor. I ask him to respond to me if he was having any connection with him during the next 48 hours,” he said.
Field Marshal Fonseka said Minister Rajapakshe had sent him a letter of demand for Rs. 500 million and that he was not afraid of it.
“Minister Rajapakshe has sent me a letter of demand for Rs. 500 million. I think it is a gratitude for helping in numerous ways for them to enter Parliament. We contributed a lot for them to enter Parliament. This is a gift for that,” he said.
Field Marshal Fonseka said no one was talking about the Avant Garde incident now and asked the authorities including the Attorney General and Justice Minister to take action against the company. (Ajith Siriwardana)
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Comments - 4
jagath Wednesday, 02 December 2015 07:30 PM
Mr.SF AVANGARD mahanuwara ship had sales off to indian for scrap what are you taking every thing u bring avangard avangard you are not elected so please get out of politic please sir
Meaw Wednesday, 02 December 2015 09:44 PM
Talk about the budget and unfair taxes without been the lap dog of the government. You enjoy all your luxuries from our money.
Sambo Thursday, 03 December 2015 03:39 PM
This is a never ending "PAW WOW" between these two. So when is the big and final one?
Andrew Pitugala Thursday, 03 December 2015 10:41 AM
It takes only two pairs of gloves, to settle it once and for all in a boxing ring !!
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