1 November, 2020

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Kolonnawa God: Sinhala Video From Duminda Silva

An alleged suspect in the killing of former Parliamentarian Bharatha Lakshman Premachandra on 08 October 2011 during an election campaign Duminda Silva’s website posted an inserting video clip with the text below;

” MP R. Dumindha Silva who sustained grievous gunshot injuries to his head left the Nawaloka hospital in Colombo at around 11.30 this morning. A large crowd of well wishers kept thronging to the hospital since early this morning in order to witness the departure of MP R. Dumindha Silva.MP R. Dumindha Silva who was admitted to a hospital in Singapore arrived in the island on the 5th of March & was subsequently admitted to the Nawaloka hospital in Colombo.The security detail in charge of MP R. Dumindha Silva’s safety are said to have put in a large effort to contain the overwhelming number of well wishers & escort MP. R. Dumindha Silva out of hospital.Expressing his views to the Media prior to his departure MP R. Dumindha Silva added that he was heading towards the Presidential Palace in order to receive the blessings of President Mahinda Rajapaksa.”

Video from www.rdumindasilva.com

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    Many years ago, an MP called Nalanda Ellawala was gunned down on the road in the presence of his mate Dilan Perera who is a minister today. The accused are Susantha Punchinilame, another minister and Mahinda Ratnatillake who is no more. Chandrika was then President. So far no one knows who killed him, no one came forward to identify the killers. When politicians, whatever their colour they flock together to save their clan, hang those innocents who oppose their views. This trend will go on as long as we elect fully qualified THUGS to the legislature. Shame on our learned lawyers who put money before justice worshiping those in power.

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