State Minister Diana Gamage accused the Samagi Jana Balawegaya (SJB) of forging her resignation in an attempt to remove her from the party's Deputy Secretary post.
Gamage said a forged document had been submitted to the Colombo District Court indicating her resignation by the SJB.
"This forged document indicating my resignation has been submitted to the District Court. I don't know what games these people are playing with the judiciary by forging documents," Gamage said.
The State Minister said she has never drafted a letter of this nature. "I have not resigned from my post of Deputy Secretary. If that was the case, I should first be removed from the Executive Committee," she said.
Gamage said her name would still be listed as the Deputy Secretary of the SJB if anyone were to verify party details with the Elections Commissioner.
The State Minister said that the forged document has been signed by two attorneys as well, adding that she has no intention of resigning from the post. A complaint has been lodged with the Police regarding this act of forgery, she added.
"Ranjith Madduma Bandara, it is a shame to call you the General Secretary of this party. I'm sad about all of you. This group including Sajith Premadasa are ungrateful and deserve to be removed," she said.
The State Minister detailed her intentions to take legal action against the act of forgery. "I will not be patient anymore. All I have to tell them is to be ready," she added.(Kalani Kumarasinghe)
SJB is biggest bunch of racist tricksters and forgers Wednesday, 07 June 2023 02:48 PM
SBJ MPs is utterly untrustworthy. They will lose their claims to the party soon. So obvious is their trick, with the assistance of obviously BASL endorsed attorneys. Enough is enough of SJB tricks. Their taking action claiming overseas citizenship is nothing more than racism as well.
Chi Chi Wednesday, 07 June 2023 09:39 PM
Are you having a meltdown for some reason? Your comment is nonsensical.
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