17 May, 2021

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Basil Rajapaksa Remanded Till May 5th

Former Economic Development Minister Basil Rajapaksa was remanded till May 5th by the Kaduwela magistrate.

Basil RajapaksaTwo other officials, former Secretary of the Ministry Nihal Jayatilake and former Divineguma Fund Director General R.R.K. Ranawaka, who were accused of committing fraud under the ‘Divi neguma’ fund were also remanded.

Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa’s brother Basil was questioned for several hours since last morning and he was later arrested. Basil Rajapaksa returned to Sri Lanka yesterday from the United States .

Related posts;

Basil A Traitor And Rajapaksa’s Delegation To The US

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  • 41
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    Hope he is not going to have a sudden ailment and transferred to the medical ward.

    • 36
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      NOT just him, MR and Gota may get chest pains that need overseas care… NR and Yoshitha may have mental breakdown…

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        Duo can’t go to any of the western countries , may be to Swaziland !

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          Srilal@,

          Good news of the day- MR 40% is arrested. They behave as if nothing was done by their direct involvement. It is to manipulate the masses further. Gullible men in arranged gathering to welcome the most abusive minister were saying ” we all from Gampaha are with you “. Can you imagine?

          Greetings from Milano/Samuel

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            Samuel Jayaweera,

            Thank you , yes we are all relieved to hear the good news ,but as expected the culprit has been admitted to the prison ward , Basil will be out on bail on 05 of May , will see how the drama is going to get unfolded .

      • 3
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        Our synthetic lawyer’s mental breakdown may worsen when he is deprived of ‘Flying Angels’ to satisfy his biological needs!

    • 24
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      His lawyers and (the Lowyer) did ask for bail on exceptional grounds – medical condition !

      SF was under medication when he was remanded. Why make an exceptions for these rogues.

      Will the Grease Yakka follow tomorrow ?

    • 8
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      Wow!

      “Former Economic Development Minister Basil Rajapaksa was remanded till May 5th by the Kaduwela magistrate.
      Basil RajapaksaTwo other officials, former Secretary of the Ministry Nihal Jayatilake and former Divineguma Fund Director General R.R.K. Ranawaka, who were accused of committing fraud under the ‘Divi neguma’ fund were also remanded.”

      “Hope he is not going to have a sudden ailment and transferred to the medical ward.”

      Basil, is the tip of the Iceberg of Mahinda Rajapaksa Corruption.

      Can the funds be collected? Looks like it was a free for All MaRa thieves to rob the People.

    • 8
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      BASIL WILL FALL SICK AND ENTER THE SICK WARD SOON. NOW ARREST ALIBABA AND HIS 40 THIEVES.

      AT LAST SIRISENA NOW GOT SOME GUTS TO ARREST THESE ROBBERS WHO ROBBED THE POOR PEOPLE MONEY.

    • 9
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      Now it is evident that BaRa the thief has been sent to the Prison hospital and he will be there until his courts hearing and is this what will happen to any other person who is not connected?

      How come there is 2 sets of justice for all these connected people and then another for the rest of the peasants?

      • 5
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        Exactly my concern too… SO SL has 2 sets of laws..one for the privileged and another for the poor… How sad…. that being poor is a deciding factor even when imprisoned…? SIGH !!!

        IF those in govt are party to this hoodwinking of people, well then they are NO better than the lot from the old regime… sad !!!

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          A Tamil Girl from Batticaloa was given two years of prison sentence for scribbling the Sigiriya Wall.

          I agree there are 2 sets of law in Sri Lanka. One for the Richest and other for the poor.

          Weerawansa’s wife SHASI illegally obtained 2 Passports and no prison sentence and allowed to remain in the hospital and released and likewise BASIL the thief who robbed the Poor people’s money will be sent to the Hospital and will be released.

    • 3
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      No no he has come to get a medical check up done at no cost from Sri Lanka while hiding the loot overseas. Doctors would definetely ask him to bed rest till he out of arrest.

    • 6
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      He must be put in the war with Wimal Modawanse alias Wimal Horawanse’s wife to have good exchanges of their money laundering experiences.

      Why did Basil return to Sri Lanka to save his pension in the parliament and draw his unclaimed salary? The Court Order against him was issue to become a hero.

      Mahinda & Co., are gamay kollas and they think they international experts.

      Basil is also answerable to futile southern development investments.

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      “Former Economic Development Minister Basil Rajapaksa who was remanded till May 5, was transferred to the Prison Hospital last night, officials said.
      – See more at: http://www.dailymirror.lk/70019/basil-transferred-to-prison-hospital#sthash.NcXJtn1n.dpuf

      Ha ha ha
      SF with real medical problems was not even given a proper mattress and forced to stay in prison but this accused fraudster is given an hospital bed, Go figure.

      • 5
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        He(SF) had to get the court involved to have a decent working fan and medication for his diabetic control…..and this mutt is afforded luxury by this govt..shame on them all !!! didn’t he leave to the USA immediately after his bro lost the elections seeking medical help? wtf? who is fooling who?

        I wont be surprised if RW visits him at the Prison Hospital ..
        revoke the licence of the Medical practitioner who recommended a hospital stay for this idiot..moreover the Judge should of known not to be party to all this drama and serve JUSTICE…. sadly the view beyond the horizon doesnt seem to be looking good for US the VOTERS…

    • 6
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      ​Basil transferred to Prison hospital

      Former Economic Development Minister Basil Rajapaksa who was remanded till May 5, was transferred to the Prison Hospital last night, officials said. The Kaduwela Magistrate ordered the Prison Commissioner to transfer Mr. Rajapaksa after lawyers informed him that Mr. Rajapaksa required medical observation due to his health condition. Sources said that, former Secretary of the Economic Development Ministry Nihal Jayatilake and former Divineguma Fund Director General R.R.K. Ranawaka were also transferred to the Prison hospital – See more at: http://www.dailymirror.lk/70019/basil-transferred-to-prison-hospital#sthash.0KOgxp1u.dpuf

      It is sad day for the VOTERS… why is that ALL politicians who when arrested are accommodated at the Prison Hospital? Was the Field Marshal given these privileges?NO … This is a clear cut hoodwinking of the masses. IF this is what yaha palanaya is about, I am sorry to have voted MS into office.. This has become a national sport where politicians from both sides of the aisles in the parliament..when arrested end up in prison hospital depriving the genuine people of their right to be at the prison hospital..

      IF SF could be in jumpers and in the queue for food, there is NO reason why Basil shouldnt be in jumpers and in line for his plate of food… All the doctors at the Prisons who recommend hospital stays should be dealt with severely or even their licence to practice should be revoked !

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      burt

      Suppose there is a riot in the prison is Maithiri willing to send in the STF with orders to shoot to kill?

      David Blacker once justified that it was okay to kill remand prisoners?

      Do you agree with him?

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        How I wish a riot takes place and the automatic weapon of an officer goes off without his knowledge first hitting BS right between his eyes

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        Whether to use deadly force is dictated by the circumstances surrounding an event not the environment. Enforcing law and order in an controlled environment should be easier than an uncontrolled environment.
        I cannot give you an opinion on David Blacker as I don’t know under what circumstances was that statement made.

  • 33
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    YAY !… I wish I can light some crackers !!!!! the 1st has been arrested…. way to go…get the others…NOW before its too late… coz now the boiling crabs would do ANYTHING to save their asses.. even to start up a communal riot with the help of Gandassara… MS and those involved in decision making of the current Govt MUST be careful… of being harmed.. MR should be stopped from wasting tax payers money going to temples and with a crowd and paid journos…. NO other ex president has resorted to such spending…He is a shameless moron who would DO ANYTHING to come back to power… with his siblings and henchmen…..

    The whole country need to be vigilant…

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      Gota had planned & organized a protest in-front of Bribery commission tomorrow to stop him being questioned but police has taken a court order against any protests , my gut feelings say Gota will be arrested on Friday .

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        Nice..but Friday is a day too late… he should of been arrested on day 70..yet better late than never… all those involved in unruly behavior should be arrested FOR THEIR OWN SAFETY… whether it be members of Parliament, ex DS or even the EX pres… oh Wimal oh Wimal… the days are numbered for your gap to be locked… then your MATES would follow suit…

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        Despite the court order the protest is on regardless of the court order. Where is Anura KD. He was impatient that GR is not arrested. I hope he can have a counter demonstration

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          wonder why the police didnt take action on a court order and shoot at sight? with water or even live ammo…are they not VERY active when some students demonstrate?.. there must be a limit to all this BS… were people able to demonstrate like this in the time of the previous regime going beyond the court order? Heck NO…now these idiots have started to think they can take advantage ..by taking Kindness for weakness….ACTION is needed..

  • 24
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    Basil on arrival at the airport on 21st said he needed a rest after working 18 hrs or more as Minister and therefore now he has his well earned rest which he can enjoy.

  • 15
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    I sincerely hope that CT can get its hands on a photo of Basil in Hand cuffs… just so we know an accused white collar criminal is hand cuffed and treated like any other criminal… Go for it CT….

    • 2
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      Come on Snowden. Do you really need that? I for one will be happy not to see any part of the body of this man or his family.

      I would be happy to see when justice prevails!

      Cheers.

    • 1
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      Yes we demand to see this criminal doing the perp walk!

  • 10
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    The law of the land says that every person is equal before the law.

    If there is a plausible and prima facie case exists, the law requires the Director General Bribery to act as required by law and I believe the DG, Bribery Commission, Ms Dilrukshi Wickramasinghe, owe a word of praise from all of us, particularly at a time she has to act on her own when the three Commissioners appointed by MR are impotent.

    Due process established by law, applies to all citizens irrespective of the positions they hold or held. With no exception MR, MY3, RW, the same yardstick shall apply. This is what the Rule of Law requires and this is what exactly the government promised to the people.

    Who knows, probably, in the near future, there could be serious allegations of corruption against RW.

  • 14
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    Mills of God grinds slowly but surely

  • 18
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    Mahinda Rajapakse invited all his family members to share his power and they were together for a decade and shared the whole wealth & power within their family. I know they love their family. I am sure they all will get together winthin the bars very soon to enjoy the freedom of rule of law and justice.

  • 23
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    I heard Basil’s lawyer already built his defense. Its solely based on his portfolio not properly defined.
    When his brother gave him “Economic Development” it was assumed that he was supposed to develop the family economy and that is what he did. Now can you blame him for that? :)

  • 12
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    Let this be the first step to ensure that the Rule of Law has been re-established in our country.
    This out come would not have resulted, if Cheap Justice Mohan Peiris was CJ, he would have countermanded the Kaduwela Magistrate’s order and had him remanded in custody instead.

  • 12
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    Good. But his volunteering to return and get arrested could be a part of a conspiracy to agitate their own blind followers, leading to a state of lawlessness in the country. None of the rajapakshas and wickramasinghas of the previous regime and their hangers on should be trusted. Authorities must be wary of this major trick by MR and his family. I hope that people would remain calm; better to put booruwansa and the ring leaders of sleeping in the well MP parasites behind the bars. Carrying fake passports is a good reason to hold these criminals.

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    Good news to hear.
    Foolish henchmen and bootlickers are distressful.
    Just go back to the day Our War Hero Field Marshal Sarath Fonseka was brutally attacked and brought to hidden Cell to incarcerate him.
    Where were Buruwansa, Gammanpila, Dinesh, Vasudewa, and other henchmen.

    All those who have stolen public property and money must be arrested and incarcerate for life.

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    A very good start. The other thieves should follow.Bensen

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    Now I am not sure whether old King did the coup on 8th Jan.2015 or the Brother Prince?

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    It appears a roller coaster run for Basil; Enjoying the Vadakil Vasantham; fleeing to the USA less kurakan shawl; Business and First Class travels with a heroic reception on return to the beloved mother Lanka with Jaywewa cheering; and now, in jail. Not sure a business class cell is being provided in the remand Centre for this VVIP who is notorious for white collar crimes. However, out of the MR’s lot, he is a bit different, didn’t want to involve unnecessarily in murders or any criminal activities, he means only business, and he knew only through business he can prosper. He came with a mission, and he was executing it, maybe the two more years he planned to rob were robbed from him pre-maturely because of a stupid astrologer. Only future proceedings will reveal what actual % he claimed as his commission on projects that he implemented. Rumors vary this figure from 10 to 40?.

    I thought the writings were on the wall for Basil with his famous brother distancing himself responding to a reporter “has he arrived back?”. And, even worse, MR’s comments that his only shortcoming was trying to cover up the wrongs of some ministers and it will not happen in future. Appeared, the comment was directly targeting Basil, the scape goat in that “Ministers Lot”. Appears a family feud was on going even during those good days, maybe due to the fact that Basil’s earnings were exceeding the MR’s.

    Despite the pressure and intimidation that the DG of Bribery Commission put under, she was able to round up one of the siblings of MR and his ministry’s secretary. How his fans from Gampaha reject, the days will tell. In an analogy with the Game of Chess, Basil is only a Bishop, and he literally resembles one in the board. Under the circumstance, MR knew some sort of sacrifice need to be made, and just a pony wont suffice, if the game needs to be continued preventing the king from being checkmated, at least Basil had to cop up, and he did. For time being, knights, king and queen look safe, but the other Bishop’s fate looks a bit shaky though, unless a patriotic spin has overwhelmed the DG’s actions. However, the 100days appeared to have worked in favor of MR’s with MPs were able to meet him and get the blessing to have a sleep out at the parliament well.

    What really alarming was the speaker’s extra ordinary request to the DG of Bribery, to inform him of actions being taken before hand on the MPs as he was protecting their rights- Incomprehensible is it?. If speaker was to be inquired, whom the DG of any commission to inform of?.

    Also, while Tsunami funds misappropriation was being considered as a day light robbery, going with Tissa’s ministerial appointment as a case to answer, although it was made while the government was on the care-taker mode, which was illegal and deemed to be a corrupt act, makes to wonder what was the thinking behind this kind of pursuing, looks a kind of soft peddling providing some sort of reprieve under double jeopardy in future. The whole game being played is puzzling, definitely looks as if some complicit involved of other side.

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    As expected just heard the news that Basil has been transferred to the Prison Hospital.

    Next, he will be moved to a private ward at the National Hospital, and then viola` he will be granted bail!

    Alas, some detainees are more equal than others!

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    I felt UNP-Ruling Party authority of evil intention of Ranil W….political motivated act of law and CBK allied with MS Presidency; violated reality of facts has been overrule by network of legal Rules stretches over social and political life of democracy the events of which constantly crossed by the lines of Juridical framework and its obligation of arrest of Basil Rajapakase.

    Most important thing is circumstances of political assumes a certain legal aspect has been denied by time, that Basil was arrested by the Court of law.

    Arrested of Basil R… thus against the various facts and act of political ,intellectual intercourse and social relation, arise a series of facts and act of law on which depend the changes of economic development model and path of capitalism since 2010 after end of War.

    In my view it is hardly necessary to point out that Juridical verdict and act do not simply reflected counterparts of in their political economic and social of life and neo-Liberal policies.

    In the case of Basil Rajapekesa, case of corruptions or misappropriations govt. funds the judge may objects in course of an examination of witness to irrelevant question and to the bringing in of unnecessary documents.

    I have to sum up that, we have to recognize two entirely different kinds of facts, which indeed exist case of Basil.R…not only in juridical theory ,but in actual legal distinction of law.

    In here that remember the Court of Judge is not legislators. How will Judge find what is called the RATIO DECIDENDI—- the principle on which the decision is based? The first duty of dispute may be largely question of facts of political different path of development.

    At any rate the court of judgment will case of Basil R…involve the application of principles of law to want concrete facts.

    But Central Bank Governor Mahandrian of Bond inside trading of massive Financial involvement of corruption charges has not bring before court of Law ?

    Is this no fair deal or fair judgment by UNP-Ranil.w… CBK and MS regime RULE Of LAW? or Good governances by UNP regime?

    I strongly disagreed with to arrest Basil Rajapakese by court of verdict is any politics behind that?

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      You are a half baked gamey perukadoruwa. Talking nonsense has limits.

      Please shut up. Ratio Decidendi, my foot!

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      DJ in mufti? umm a Political scientist with knowledge of law it seems..just saying

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      @Sirisena Yatawara, bloody hell. What language have you used above to describe the discomfort you are having in your ars%?

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    It is time for the JUSTICE to prove itself in SriLanka. Let it be a sign to the future whoever it may be.

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    They closed the old bogambara jail and moved it. Now the old colonial jail lies vacant. It was also the location of the gallows. I suggest that it is re-opened exclusively for the Rajapakshes and their henchmen. Keep them locked up there and let them rot.

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    The law of the land says that every person is equal before the law.

    Arjuna Mahendran too should have been sent the same way instead on leave.

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    Anyhow all MR &co and the front line supporters to be arrested before announcing the next election, which will be the safest bet for Mithiry & co, the country, good governance and to build a just tolerant society in srilanka where all the different culture people can live together. Then we can avoid the involvement of big countries fighting among them for their own benefit using us.If we still adamant in killing native Tamils, then our country will be a battle ground for big countries and our country will be wiped out from the map. We always grumbled westerners used divide and rule in our country. If we are modias not only west, even China, India and paki will use that trick. Why Srilanka used that trick between Tamils and Muslims during our freedom struggle because Tamils or Muslims have no unity – see that animals Duglus, Karuna (kaakai Vanniyans among us). During LTTE period many Muslims in Jaffna carried walky Talky and passed information to army.

  • 3
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    As usual practice of politicians Basil has entered the prison hospital where he can relax and plan his next act and strategy.

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    I think Basil will be diagnosed with Cardiac Arrest and end up in the Five Star Prison Hospital. If this happens it will be a Bloody Joke.

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      wonder why the police didnt take action on a court order and shoot at sight? with water or even live ammo…are they not VERY active when some students demonstrate?.. there must be a limit to all this BS… were people able to demonstrate like this in the time of the previous regime going beyond the court order? Heck NO…now these idiots have started to think they can take advantage ..by taking Kindness for weakness….ACTION is needed..

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      I sincerely hope a REAL cardiac arrest takes place so that the lunatic is gone and no more tax payers money is wasted in HOSTING this scoundrel… Karma is a byatch and it bites back twice as hard… Let this loser ROT in HELL ! AMEN !!

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      This same MaRa was shouting from the election platforms that he is not afraid to sit on the electric chair to protect the country is now AFRAID even to visit the BC and provide a statement.

      What a moron is this Rajapaksas?

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    No point in arresting Basil. First Mr Luni Gotha and MR who appointed him to a very important post to be arrested. Actually MR by appointing a Thug as defence minister, misused his power and ruined the country. Now no body can bring back the people eaten by the shark or killed for body parts or by indiscriminate bombing. No body can replace the life, monetary and moral losses to the north and east people. So all Srilankans have to unite to find a permanent solution now – now or never. (aariya kanchi palam kanchy)

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    I bow my head to M/S.Dilruckshi Wickremasinghe. She has lead the way.

  • 4
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    interesting to note that more than 90 % has thumbs up and about 7 die hard supporters from Gampaha seems to think otherwise… tells a story… hope these loonies glance at the comments on CT once a while just so they know how hated they are…for the crimes they committed…

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    The venal Rajapakses will strain every sinew in their system to create maximum trouble on this move- which they will consider “provocative” Remanding Mr.10-50% – they know, is the step before Gota and MR are taken in next. The swords are out and the battle line drawn up. Ranil will be the first to abandon, if trouble breaks out.

    The Sirisena team has to plan out their counter-attack immediately.
    first is to get the Mahanayakas, the Buddhist clergy and the armed forces on to their side. The Rajapakses have already taken over the Parliament. What shameful and unprecedented behaviour in Parliament. There is no respect for the sacrosanct dress code or Parliament itself.

    Sri Lanka’s biggest handicap is the lack of discipline – in every field of activity. It is discipline that brought Germany, Japan and the Western powers up. We simply don’t have it in us – with out thug mentality.

    Backlash

  • 2
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    This stinks!!!

    We all know that Basil is not the biggest culprit or the only crook when you take the Rajapaksha clan and their cronies.

    Mara, Gota, Namal, and the rest have done the same, if not worst, things in Sri Lanka.

    So why arrest Basil on arrival? Should they not have done the same to Gota for instance all this while?

    I can only imagine why this is so! One thing is clear however, Basil has had some issues with the Mara clan. So is it possible that Basil was arrested with the Blessings of Mara?

    Perhaps Basil is a scape goat! One can only speculate. My question still remains why Basil? And similarly why not others?

    is it possible that Mara and co. are having some level influence in this government? To me it like that because a lot of people who are obviously guilty are still walking the streets.

    If Mara has influence in this govt. We have ask how and why this is so. Is there some unseen link? If so who or what it is? Likewise how do we counter that influence.

    I know for a fact that as long as Mara is meddling into the affairs of our country corruption will never cease. As long as there is corruption a country can not progress.

    Just think about it!

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      Lasith,

      I think it has to do with the evidence you have to prosecute in Courts successfully. Looks like the State has sufficient facts to nail Basil.
      They are obviously working on MR and GR as well. If you remember, Sicile Kotelawala is holing up for so long, probably in the UK – because, as I learn, Interpol does not have enough convincing evidence to indict her.
      But the mess MR and GR have got into are so wide it is possible they will get into trouble sooner than later. Besides, both foolishly antagonised India and the West during their time and these countries and the main players therein will demand eye for an eye.
      The Ukrainian arms racket – and possibly others in Africa and India – can spell serious trouble once the facts are laid out.
      The UNHRC issue coming up in September can spell further trouble to the
      “divine-anointed” family.

      Backlash

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    WITH RTEGARD TO POLITICIANS BEING ILL NO SONER REMANDED,, ISNT THERE A SINGLE JUDGE TO QUESTION WHAT KIND OF AILMENT, WHETHER DESERVED TO BE ADMITTED, ETC ETC. AND TO WARN THE DOCTORS CONCERNED NOT TO PLAY WITH THEIR DUTIES

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      I wish the judge has the balls ….to ask for a 2nd opinion from a well known Doc and if there is NO need for hospitalization …..the doc who ordered to initially hospitalize BR should be charged for contempt of court making it a lesson to others who issue bogus medical opinions. Especially for politiocs who are arrested… also charge the lawyers who represent these scoundrels for aiding and abetting them along with the doctors whereby they lie to the court so that they have a favor granted by the judge which amounts to contempt of court…

      ENOUGH IS ENOUGH ! WE SL’s have become the laughing stock to the world out there…

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      Former defence secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa today visited his brother, the former economic development minister Basil Rajapaksa at the Prisons Hospital in Welikada.
      – See more at: http://www.dailymirror.lk/70117/isits-basil#sthash.hiNFzQQm.dpuf

      He probably went to check if all is OKAY so that he will also be transferred to the Prison Hospital… why has it taken so long to arrest Gota and it took only a day to arrest Basil?

      SF might be having the last laugh..and MR might be shitting in his osariya…which WW might be cleaning form time to time

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      That is the job of the Prison Warden. I saw the video which shows Basil walking out of the vehicle in which he arrived. Basil’s gait said his life was in no danger to justify accommodation in the Prison Hospital.

      Hope the Prison Warden has the balls to review the decison to hospitalize and put him back with the other prisoners.

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    MR cronies, inspired by the numbers that attended the SLFP snubs meetings had planned to sabotage the 19th amendment and also usurp power by force after a staged May Day rally under the patronage of MR. For this the MR cronies had got the Bribery Commission to issue notice on MR and Gota of which the Director General BC nor MS or RW had been aware.MR cronies miscalculated since none of the Rajapaksa Family will be taken into custody because MS/RW are week that they will take time with the 19th A, to take advantage of the situation. Basil had a rousing welcome to join the party. They had been planning to throw everything for the May 1st Rally attended by MR to virtually have a revolution to over throw MS and install MR once again hook or by crook. Sadly things are turning sour for them with the remanding of Basil and possibly Gota on the Arms deals before May 1st. MR is going to learn the hard way that two can play the same game with the only difference that MS and RW will stick to the Law.

    This is a good lesson to MS and RW to weed out all the MR cronies from public Office who are trying to scuttle Good Governance. Start with the Bribery Commission as to who issued the order to question MR and Gota?

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    Dr Navin…..learn law and justice is important ,dose matter learn form gamaya.

    I have no doubt that advantages of our legal and political system far outweigh the disadvantages by ongoing rule of law manipulated by MS,UNP-RANIL & CBK back POLTICIAL REGIME. Under the present regime still the disadvantages are serious in Rule of Law IN SRI LANKA LEGAL ORDER.
    The cure for them to be found of law, moral and justice and has from time to time been found in Law of Land not by the present regime.

    Now case before Basil R….it will something happen that UNP ruling party working of the law and procedure of Majesty court will result in particular cases in injustice and hardship to the political rivals.

    We might feel inclined to say, well that is a pity , but it be a would be worse to make the law uncertain than a particular hardship unaddressed by UNP Party in power. Law of land that lost confidence by citizens of Sri Lankan.

    That was not the right thinking way that our democracies looked at case of Basil R… Law and morality were not clearly address by UNP.
    The case of Basil R… law and justice was not founded in any one of the court.

    But case of Arjuna Mahendran totally different of justice by UNP ,its looked by UNP ,CB inside trading of Govt. Bonds treat as that Queen’s justice ,that matter of justice that right at least as a favors of CB governor.

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