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This isn’t a question of tit-for tat - Vigneswaran

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Northern Province Chief Minister and former Judge of the Supreme Court C.V. Vigneswaran spoke to the Dailymirror at his official residence in Jaffna. During the interview, he spoke of the recent clash at the Jaffna University, the personal and the political and much more.

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  • Father S.J.Emmanuel Friday, 29 July 2016 04:06 PM

    A very good interview where the CM clearly and boldly explained the thruths and spoke as an advocate of his People. I wish he gives similar interviews in Sinhalese too.

    Chelliah Premarajah Sunday, 31 July 2016 12:03 PM

    Thank you to Daily Mirror for this interview. Chief minister explained the facts very clearly ,an eye opener to all who are in the dark. Hope the younger generation in Sri Lanka and of the expatriate community watch this interview.


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