The Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna says the party has no intention to unite with another party except with the Ceylon Workers Congress when establishing Local Authorities.
Speaking at a media briefing held in Hambantota, MP Chamal Rajapaksa said the public has voted in favour of a new political party.
MP Rajapaksa said different rumours could be going around among the public but the public has given their vote to a completely new party.
He said it’s been just months since its establishment with a new symbol.
MP Chamal Rajapaksa said the supporters don’t believe it should unite with any other party adding that the trust placed with the party will be lost if it unites with another party.
He said therefore the Podujana Peramuna doesn’t have to get together with another party.
MP Rajapaksa said its policies are different and its programs are different adding that if there were any shortcomings in any of the programs or projects it carried out, they will be corrected.
Accordingly, MP Chamal Rajapaksa said there’s no need for the SLPP to have a coalition with any other party.