Govt. invites foreign forces:Bhikku Front
By Lakna Paranamanna
Mar 31, 2010
The National Bhikku Front (NBF) accused the Government of decisively inviting foreign forces into the country and putting the country in danger while misleading the masses and promising them otherwise.

“Even though the Government claims they would not allow any foreign forces to intervene in the political activities of the country, underhand they were welcoming representatives of such groups into the country so that they could gain short-term political advantages,” said NBF Chairman Venerable Dambara Amila Thera at a press briefing held yesterday.

Quoting from a report that appeared in the BBC website on March 22, 2010 regarding the visit of a British MP, Ven. Dambara Amila said that the MP had failed to produce a customary summary report on the visit to Sri Lanka. “Hence the parliament had conducted an investigation on the matter to discover that his trip to Sri Lanka had been fully funded by the Government of Sri Lanka and he had been invited to the country in order to overlook and get involved in the country’s political situation,” Ven. Amila added.

Speaking further he said they had received news that British MP David Miliband whom the Government claims to be a major threat to the country, is about to become involved in several important decision making processes of Sri Lanka with the blessings of the government.

The NBF also accused the Government of attempting to murder Sarath Fonseka.

“Through depriving General Fonseka of obtaining proper medical facilities for his ailments, the Government and other authorities responsible for this situation were conspiring to end his life so that in that way they would not have to be answerable for murdering General Fonseka,” Venerable Amila added.

The NBF urged the government to provide necessary medical care to General Fonseka while requesting the masses to voice their protests regarding this injustice done to Sarath Fonseka.

Courtesy: Daily Mirror