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You may chain my hands if I’m guilty

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Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe who showed his willingness to testify before the Parliamentary Select Committee to probe the Easter Sunday carnage, seems to be saying that even he is ready to let his hands be chained if found guilty of the allegations posed by the opponents. 
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