14 April, 2021

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Female Principal Forced To Kneel Down Has To Weep For Maithripala To Ask Errant Chief Minister To Resign From Education Portfolio

It took more than a week for President Maithripala Sirisena, who is also the leader of the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) to move on the Uva Province Chief Minister Chamara Dasanayake who abused in bad language and forced a female Principal to kneel because she refused to implement a request that violated established procedure.

In footage that’s gone viral since, the Principal of a Tamil school in the Uva Province, R Bhavani tearfully related how Dasanayake had abused her for refusing to comply with directives that violate standard procedure, sparking outrage from civil society activists as well as local politicians.

Calls for his removal went unheard and unacknowledged for more than a week and as things stand the abusive politician still remains as Chief Minister of the province.

Dasanayake refuted the charges against him and claimed that he had merely called her to his official residence to inquire into allegations of discrimination against children of other faiths.

He told the media at his office that it was absolutely a false allegation that he threatened and forced a principal of Tamil Girls’ Maha Vidyalaya, Badulla, to kneel down before him. He claimed that the Principal had merely ‘saluted him’ in traditional fashion just before she left.

Ms Bhavani, although later confirming the Chief Minister’s version, was clearly distressed by the incident, raising suspicion that fear of reprisal had compelled her to change her story.

Meanwhile UNP Badulla District MP Vadivel Suresh upon visiting the school told the media that it was wrong of the Chief Minister to make a woman visit his official residence. He added that abusing her in bad language and being racist was the second fault, the third being forcing her to kneel.

‘The fourth is threatening her and forcing her to lie to the media and the fifth is making it impossible for her to continue to work in her school,’ he said.

Ranjith Keerthi Tennekoon of Campaign for Free and Fair Elections (CaFFE) alleges that Secretary, Ministry of Education, Uva Province was complicit in twisting the narrative in the Chief Minister’s favor. He also alleges that journalists attached to the Provincial Council were held in a room and compelled to affirm this narrative and that relevant log entries had been removed.

Dasanayake has so far not indicated that he will resign as Chief Minister. Neither has President Sirisena, leader of the political party Dasanayake belongs to, stated that any disciplinary action would be taken against him.

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  • 5
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    There’s world of difference between kneeling down & making somebody to kneel down.

    Probably all the politicians are looking for ways to defame political opponents; JVP is no exception

    Sill there’s a long way to good governance.

    • 22
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      The birth of Sinhalese Buddhist Sharia law!?

      • 3
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        no tamil thesawlamai law

      • 0
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        Sunil

        It’s not any kind of sharia, it’s the folly of the said teacher

        Even if the said politician had demanded to kneel down she should not have obeyed,

        Where’s her personality as a school principal?

        Can such a weak minded person set example for next generation?

        It’s believable that she’s amenable to the requirements of political opportunists.

        Her credentials must be re-checked & be taken down the ladder to make a vice principal & make GG visible.

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      This is how the thugs work for reconciliation.

      They will never learNT it.

      We need Durterto or the like very strict leaders to control there men.

      There should be punishments that they cant come back from prisons.

      Enough is enough, current DUO must not just stay making public statements, should finally prove it by actions.

      • 6
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        Don’t be stupid Rodrigo Duterte is a Dictator and murderer like Mahinda Rajapaksa!!

        Have you people who think a criminal Dictator like Rodrigo Duterte is good for the country forgotten what happened with Mahinda Rajapaksa (our Rodrigo Duterte)

        Even Ranjan Ramanayaka like an idiot says we need a leader like Rodrigo Duterte!!

        Typical Sri Lankan mentality…

    • 19
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      This pig shouldbe hung by his balls so that other Rajapakshe men finally learn it.

      Harder the punishment even fierce monkey become better.

      • 9
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        this is a yahapalana man idiot

    • 11
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      May this teachers tears be curse for the bugger if did so.

      He should be put in jail at least for 3 years.

      How come woudl that ever happen even Thdjudeen killers are today celebrating the freedom given to them.
      nUMBER ONE high criminal of the nation is Rajpaakshe.
      His real face is no means clear to anyone yet.

      Ballige putha must be hung for all crimes being promoted by him.

    • 8
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      Sir,
      This animal is invited to visit my office. I would then personally kick this lowlife in that one place, where it really hurts.
      Cheers!

      • 1
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        Ben Hurling

        Do you really know what you are talking about?
        “B**l-busting is a sadomasochistic practice in which a man has his b***s kicked, kneed, punched or squeezed.
        Beware he might ask for more.

  • 12
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    When a similar incident happened under MR period, that fellow was taken to court, lost his position and was given a punishment. MR discarded that fellow, Ananda Sarath Kumara. Now he is with Maithreepala and he gave him the organiser post.

    Now this fellow is also with Maithreepala………just see under whose rule we had yahapalanaya..

    • 4
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      Sachoo how can you be reborn…. is that truth what you are babblling ?

      What a shame, the kin dof men like you would eat tonnes of kakka bieng smeared by Rajapakshes.

      Ballige puthas days, not that brutal incident in which FACT finding mission conducted by UNP young ;MP was investigated.
      Thre ballige puth himself made jokes.
      Asking why MPs provoked those thugs, you talk about the incident of pre govt. Besides, the bugger s case was not investigated immediately, but it took weeks.

      Remember, your baby naml et al together with Tangalle rascal PS member raped that visiting russian girl, that took 5 years unitl he was finally put in a cell.
      You guys are the curse to this country sachooooooooooooooooooooooo… may karma take your lives. Curse on you!

      • 0
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        [Edited out]

        In your case, get support from a grade 5 student and check archives with his help

        • 0
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          when that rarity mind fellow has written sinhala words in english, how come only my one gets edited?

          I said

          “UNP GON HARAKO”

          Read a news paper

  • 11
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    A PUBLIC HORSE-WHIPPING for the Chief Minister will be just sufficient punishment.
    The matter should end there.
    Francis Bacon- Lord Chancellor famously remarked that Revenge is a kind of Wild Justice. But that is the language this Chief Minister would understand.

    • 6
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      Plato.

      “A PUBLIC HORSE-WHIPPING for the Chief Minister will be just sufficient punishment.”
      -.
      What if he ask for more?

      • 3
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        Any idea what this “Chief Moron’s” stated educational background is?

  • 13
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    What more do you expect from these third grade politicians ?

    They are a law to themselves since they are aware that their bosses will never take action.

    Sirisena is a disaster but much better than MARA

  • 9
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    Why are people surprised when this is the caliber of people they elect?

    “Of the 60, information pertaining to 50 has come to light, out of which 14 are alleged to be presently involved in the illegal liquor (moonshine – kasippu) trade and in gambling, six……involved in assaults and acts of violence, six of involvement in murder and criminal activity, 14 involved in fraud, financial misconduct, robbery and looting, five involved in underworld activities, one involved in rape and molestation, and four in illegal confiscated timber racketeering. The District of Colombo has recorded 13 such candidates while Gampaha has eight, Matara and Kegalle have seven each, Ratnapura has six, Galle has five, Mullaitivu has three, Puttalam and Kandy have two each, and one each in Hambantota, Polonnaruwa, Nuwara Eliya, Anuradhapura, Matale, Kalutara and Kurunegala.”

  • 11
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    Who paid the Lankadeepa newspapers to publish a fabricated report defending the Chief Minister?. So called national newspapers are worst than the government politicians. Obviously someone from the newspaper received a hefty bribe to publish the article in favour of the chief minister. Leave aside their own so called press complaint commission, the Bribary Commission should investigate into Lankadeepa’s complicity in this matter.

    • 7
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      wHO IS THE EDITOR of Lankadheepa ?

      Most of the adverts mislead people.

      Why dont we have laws to stand against the kind of MEDIA institutions ?

      Even europe, we have them. THat is no against media freedom.
      Besides, I have seen, Rajapakshe just add thoughts on public stage – that are just hear says, The dimwit cant know the difference between millions and billions.

      Ballige putha should go and start Kindergarten at least his retirement.

  • 5
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    Things are hotting up! What has Shaymons,Kumar David et al have to say about this. Can’t they give some worldly advice to Sirisena. It’s not only you guys but people like me who benefit from the largesse of Yahapalana will be affected.
    Please help!

  • 5
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    Where are those educationists, teachers union, women rights groups and human rights defenders? Why are they silent?

    I know the Opposition leader and his lieutenant wouldn’t open their mouth. If they do, as told by them repeatedly, it will spoil the chance of getting sarva loka nivarani bottle labelled ” new constitution” and Tamils, like this lady principal, have to suffer without it.

    • 2
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      They are under Mahidna Rajapakshe.

      So they would not wake up… they are per,ament sloths.

      This is no europe, but old abusive srilanka.

      Animals would never learn it that they each and everyone should contribute their parts no t just politicians only

  • 5
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    These Tamil people are not “Cowards” like we Sinhalese Buddhists…..
    My uncle, part time SLFP politician and organizer in a small village near Kandy was forcefully taken away by police in 1989.. and he never came back… My aunty never got angry against the police or Gov, never complained .. I never heard her shouting like the women in this video even for the cold blooded murder of her husband by the Gov…
    After 2~3 years Aunty slowly started giving arms to temple…
    How different we Sinhalese people are compared to this brave Tamil women…

    • 4
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      AA,

      I don’t know if you are speaking truthfully, but if you are, you should consider the calls for war crimes investigations in the same light; our intention is not to bring disrepute to Sri Lanka, but if Tamils, because of their international presence, can doggedly follow war crimes charges and accountability, that can be the start for aggrieved Sinhalese victims of atrocities at the hands of various regimes to speak out more and more and demand justice.

      Only when all concerned citizens demand accountability and justice for all victims of injustices that the country as a whole can get better; it is not an easy task, and it will take time, but there is no other way.

    • 1
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      Perhaps your aunt may have breathed a sigh of relief when the cops took herhusband away. She may have in fact been delighted.How else could one explain her sacrificing her arms. She may even throw in a leg or two now!
      Very intelligent point you make AA

    • 0
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      Where did she get the ARMS? Did she smuggle them or raided the army armoury/

  • 10
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    Disgraceful behaviour from a Chief Minister. If proven he should be debarred from holding public office and his civic rights forfeited.

  • 3
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    This is again MEN of former UPFA.

    please take action without delay. Rajapakshe destroyed the country, as nothing can reverse.

    Those steps have been in their hearts, the man who commited the crime against tamil teacher should be arrested and excluded from lanken politics.

    Ballige putha Rajapakshe should be made accoutable to have allowed these men to abuse power.
    Even today, him to attack UNP or other men publicly should be criticised highyl
    The culture sowed in the country by abusive rajapakshes are tremouring.
    This country can only be tamed, if Rajapakshes are jailed for ever.
    Let them all be in a prison cell for rest of their lives.
    Dont let people to get misled by them.
    Rajapakshe should go out of our sightts. Good signs are there, if BANK scamrelated men woudl be punished, Rajapakshe too has to be punished with even more fines.

  • 6
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    Maithreepala Sirisena appointed some of the most corrupted SLFP politicians as MPs through national list. In a recent speech Anura Dissanayake named some of them, such as S.B. Dissanayake , Dilan Perera etc. So considering how Maithreepala Sirisena dealt with corrupted SLFP politicians in the past, it is unbelievable that he would take action to get this abusive chief minister to be removed from chief ministerial position at present. Also whatever the action he would take depend on what political advantage he could get for his election campaign from this situation. Maithreepala himself won’t go down to the level of forcing another human being to kneel down before him. But he will ignore such acts of his henchmen in order to strengthen his political stability just as Mahinda, Ranil and Chandrika did. These leaders are no different to you and me. Self centered and manipulative to one’s own advantage!

  • 5
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    He must resign and he should be put behind bars .
    This is what happened if you elect uneducated people .
    Who’s fault is it ?
    It is public who gave them this power.
    So To clean politics.
    Vote JVP to teach them a lesson.
    Ok..

  • 6
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    I have seen videos of this fat pig making arrogant talks denying his crime. It is swollen headed individuals like this that bring disrepute to the Sinhala people and looking down on ethnic minorities. VP was right to target people like this in my opinion. I hope that SLFP fires this tin god from his job if he did not resign, and legal action taken against him for abusing his position. He should never be given a responsible role, as he clearly he is not a fit man. Good for the lady principal to be courageous and relate her story as it happened.

    • 2
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      Thrisu what you and me dont know is, – these people have the media on their side.

      Truths are being kept by media prostitutes away from the people. So people are being made permament fools.
      These men of former ballige putha Rajapakshe are like flies foudn on cow dung.

      So long media men would not work for people – nothing will help the easy target getting properly informed.

      HOw come a nation be captured by most abusive Rajapakshes, if media would spread truths about their highly abusive politics.
      WHo and which leader did that harm to the nation as Ballige putha Rajapakshe did ?=
      We left the country leaving our belongings in 90ties, there JVPrs were after us. But UNPers were caught.
      Even today, much is done by the new govt, towards education, health and very many other areas, but MEDIA donot report them.
      rAJAPAKSHE pay lot more to Derana and Hiru in order to paint the picture in favour of them.

      Please think twice THRISU, today again, people get misled.
      Current duo cant do anything so long, media men are handled by Rajapakshes

  • 4
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    Get Sira’s well used Amudey and put it on chief Minister Dasaya’s head and get him to kneel down in front of the shaken Principal Bhavani.

    • 2
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      aVERAGE mentality of our sinhalaya is like that.

      THey are born animals. They make their high but have not practised to behave civilized.

      I now believe, our ethinic problems are solely due to the sinhala chaunist mentality,

      These men shoudl be kept away from lanken politics. They should be taught a good lessoin.

      We need draconian laws and their enforcement.

      President just make public statements, he is the one who stood on the bold actions of FCID.

      If former Lady commissioner ran FCID, by date, Rajaakshes would have been in their jumpers.

  • 6
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    The headline says she was forced to kneel down. The lady says in Tamil “I kneeled down (herself) for my community not bearing what was said (probably uttered)”

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      so now an ethnic angle is given to this? LOL ….typical tamil

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        Dear “sach”,

        I don’t blame you for your reaction, and perhaps you are right in decrying any effort to bring ethnicity in to this.

        You’ve got to experience things at first hand in these “Estate Areas” to know just how bad things were – and there continues to be a need to have a certain amount of positive discrimination.

        Elsewhere, I have drawn attention to how, seemingly going against all common sense, “Kahattewela” has been designated Ward 1 of the Haputale Pradeshiya Sabha, instead of being a Ward in the Bandarawela Municipality, because one time Sinhalese Members of Parliament wanted to guard against the possibility of a Tamil being elected as MP. When I know the history of this, and the thinking, I expose what I see as unfair. You have, on occasion faulted me for this. That’s O.K. I know I sometimes bend over backwards, too much.

        But what you have there is a Muslim (regarded in Sri Lanka as a different community), empathising with a Hindu (none of these overtly stated). I wish we did not have these ethnic problems, and I more relevantly wish we wouldn’t allow distinctions to go beyond language. I mean, there is no need to have Tamil Hindu schools and Tamil Muslim schools. But the reality is that this is almost encouraged by the Sinhalese (if you question my judgement on that, I could expand on that).

        I don’t want to say anything more provocative.

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          I dont think anyone needs education on how the estates function. But the estate politicians are one racist group who is imitating their northern counterparts. The last I know the estate politicians called for a separate power devolution for estates…..it is very easy for racist politicians from minority to indulge in politics these days. Their slogan is the same

  • 5
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    Utterly disgusting behaviour of the Uva Chief Minister and Education Minister Chamara Dassanayake.
    .
    Hello Yahapalanaya, is this how you treat womenfolk of this country?
    .
    Removing him from the Education portfolio is NOT ENOUGH. He should be removed from the Chief Ministerial portfolio. Ms. Bhavani is not a mere lady. She is a principal of a school. How could she face the school children when she was ordered to kneel down like a child in front of the cheap rowdy Chief Minister? Before removing him from his portfolio, he should be ordered to kneel down in front of Ms. Bhavani and apologize to her in front of all the children of her school. There is no need to conduct an investigation. Ms. Bhavani’s word is more than enough.
    .
    That is why I keep on telling, this election should be used to REJECT THE PRESENT POLITICIAN LOT AND THEIR BEASTILY POLITICAL PRACTICES.
    This political beastiality should be over once and for all.

    • 0
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      Champa you just let abuse by them, but see how they work for peace.

      NOW THE bugger try to attack UNP andseeking the attention of the President.

      If he lost his his temper, he should ask for the pardon. This particular female teacher s issue can create new kind of ethnic tensions.

      Ballige putha Rajapakshe should work on getting these buggers knowledgable on Peace build … than anything else.

      Your number one customer Wimal Burumusalaya, should finally sense it since his BED PAN style mouth piece can outreach punnakku earters of the torn nation … so easily.

  • 6
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    The Principal’s story is in keeping with what I know of the set up in Uva Education. This is the Chief Minister who threatened to (again the same thereat!) transfer to remote schools any teacher found using a mobile phone while in school (or was it – more reasonably – in class?).

    Such rhetoric goes down well with the public. In fact, if one sifts through the responses protesting at the ban on women buying alcohol, it may be predicted that I will be labelled as a guy who condones lack of professionalism among teachers for saying so much.

    I’ve been a teacher in this Badulla District most of my working life. This incident typifies the approach to teaching professionals. The man who represents the best of such persons is in the video: Piyadasa Ratnayake, Provincial Director of Education. He’s had a difficult time with Chief Minister, Chamara Dassanayake.

    The image projected by the Chief Minister is that of the honest champion of outsiders. His own education at Naulla Maha Vidyalaya, Demodera; his humble parental abode close to the school. I won’t pretend to know all details. It is said that the Chief Minister shows himself to be a grass-roots man; said to start a visit to a school by looking at the toilets. Again, don’t read things in to that comment! Each guy has to work out his own monitoring strategy.

    Yes, Vadivel Suresh is right. There’ll be racism mixed up with all this. However, thinking back to when I was first posted to a village school as a Trained Teacher, the very fact that this story has got this airing is proof that the lot of the Estate Community has improved. Education as a whole? I wouldn’t dare make such a bold statement. Regular readers will know that I have dealt with those issues over the years.

  • 1
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    Corruption at the core of everything and now it has become target of all
    politicians who thrive on it ! In this video , the principal says in Tamil
    that ” she couldn’t take it anymore” and fell on his feet(CM’s) meaning
    the CM didn’t force her to do that ! She is confusing in the middle of her
    weeping about what really happened. What is visibly evident is that
    people of all walks of life are forced to get politicians involved for their
    issues that other people should deal with proper respect and care . The
    services in the country ARE NOT ENOUGH RESPECTABLE TO ITS
    MASTERS WHO MAINTAIN THEM AND THAT IS A CURSE ! Why politics
    for everything ? About half a million cases are pending in courts for
    decades without an end and the consequence is PEOPLE TAKING LAW
    INTO THEIR HANDS PUSHING CRIME RATES UP . One reason cases are
    not speedy is due to lawyers’ greed for money apart from demand for
    more courts. Generally people are not tolerant at each other and who
    takes the blame for it ? Who is responsible for this ? Are these signs of a
    pending DICTATOR’S ARRIVAL ? In this principal’s case , why on earth
    the head of a school feel to kneel down to another fellow human being ?
    1. CITIZEN’S FOOLISH BEHAVIOUR AND SELFISHNESS .
    2.CULTURE OF SRILANKAN POLITICS THAT BREEDS KINGS
    INSTEAD OF POLITICIANS.
    3.KNELING DOWN IN FRONT OF GODS,PARENTS,ELDERS AND SENIORS
    ARE PART AND PARCEL OF THE CULTURE TO SHOW RESPECT AND
    TO DEMAND SOMETHING FROM GOD . MAY BE THE CM IS INNOCENT !

  • 5
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    Get rid of that racist sob!

    No place in SL.

  • 8
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    If this story is proven true, the offender in question should be asked to walk the length and breadth of the Gall Face Green on his bare knees with his sarong folded at above knee length, and in full public view.

    This is the only language these barbarians will understand.

  • 7
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    In Sri Lanka, if you are powerful, you have impunity.

    That is why no one has been prosecuted despite all the corruption probes.

    Note that Manjula Pathmanathan of Puthukudiyiruppu first complained that she had been physically prevented from signing her nomination papers and then retracted just like this principal Bhavani. Later Manjula retracted that retraction. Will R. Bhavni also follow suit? She must find the courage.

  • 4
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    Little confused. What was shown here is she was pleading with CM to pardon her clasping her hands and bowing. Whatever it is it is a sad scene and these politicians should not be allowed to harass government servants in any manner. CM has no right to call her (a woman) to come to his (official) residence. There should be stringent rules to safeguard government servants.

    • 0
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      Buddhi Perera

      There are millions of rules and customs being followed, observed, complied with … in this island by millions of stupid people however the powerful politicians, their b***s carriers, state functionaries, members of armed forces are exempted from any such obligations.

  • 4
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    Whilst this government wants to bring in legislation to ensure a minimum 25% quota for women as per the amended Local Government Elections Bill ( Amendment) , still I see many candidates acting in such s way that they despise of female representation in any government body.

    In the wake of all these occurrences , I doubt if they want to deliver what they promised in their election manifesto.

    Simply. there are too many crooks in the portfolios of this government, be it Ministers, deputies, state ministers, or heads of district committees or even simple MPs, or “Palath Sabha” members.

    IN conclusion, all these idiots are crooks, wanting to earn a few bucks for their benefit at the expense of the general public.

    This scandal is a never ending political spiral, and thus can never be pegged, UNLESS the educated social media stake holders intervene.

  • 4
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    Today morning I saw another sad news about this incident. This chief minister has influenced the police, and police has referred her to a psychiatric after taking her statement regarding this matter. After all it won’t be surprised if all these dirty politicians, police and doctors get-together and made this poor teacher’s life miserable in a psychiatric ward. She knew this that’s why she kept mum about this incident, but JVP wanted to go another political mileage over this matter, if this matter make teacher’s life miserable as I said; JVP also must responsible for it. If this happened in another country this CM is already in jail for harassing a teacher, but this is Sri Lanka country like no other. I wonder why MY3s sword is still stay still, is it wiggling only for UNPers?

  • 2
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    If this report is true we have here a case of misogynistic impunity.
    Please read “How Misogynistic Is Sri Lankan Society?” by Harini Amarasuriya CT of 21 January
    The man will get away with it.
    Cannot imagine a woman minister getting a male principal to kneel!

  • 2
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    she is lucky that he did not force her to do an additional act that goes with kneeling.

    This fat bugger should be made to kneel and a red hot poker sent up his ……

  • 2
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    Rishard

    There are so many ways to make someone to kneel down without uttering the exact words kneel down. Don’t you think that This thug chief minister’s appearance and threatening behaviour itself is enough to make that lady kneel down, cry and beg for mercy, particularly when she had gone there alone.

    Look what had happened now. Police have taken her forcefully to the hospital and the Doctor , male or female, in fear of the very same chief minister might certify that she is suffering from mental illness and unfit to be a teacher. Suppose that Doctor is a relative of CM or belongs to his party, don’t be surprised that whole family members might be declared insane!!

    Rishard, this is Srilanka. Yahapalanaya at its best!!

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      No offense. I too sympathize and am mad at the typical SL politician who might be wrong either way. However, learned CT editors should know the difference between forcing and provoking. Within a month, this is the 2nd such incident CT published the articles along with video clips without watching it, probably.

    • 0
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      MR ,

      Never count on appearance ! Arjuna Mahendran +RK + Ranil =
      Central Bank, all BABY FACED ! As for the practice of kneeling down
      to anybody , it is an UGLY DEEP ROOTED CULTURE of false
      submission until the job is done ! Listen to this lady carefully , she
      now wows to quit the job if justice not done !! Why then kneeling ?
      It is a bad culture the people are quite familiar with at times of both
      good and bad . We must lash out at the CM for accepting such foolish
      behaviour from a head of a school . And not enough , like the law of
      bribery , both offering such low level submission and receiving it
      must be banned . I think it is a kind of bribery , sacrificing one’s
      dignity and that of the profession . THIS IS THE TIME TO CORRECT IT.
      TWO BIRDS IN ONE STONE !

  • 0
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    Don’t worry “I say las”.
    The police have sent her for psychiatric evaluation and alleviation of the mental stress that may have been caused to her.

    Everything will be fine in a couple of days.

  • 2
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    If a president is reasonable man, CM should step down from the CM post too,

    • 0
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      why step down? Punish him!

    • 0
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      Jim ,

      Some religions have taught people to kneel down in worship and
      the practice got extension to Human worship for personal
      benefit . This is the time to analyse the whole concept !

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