‘Hope of change after the Pres. Election shattered’

2020-08-02 at 14:18

The National People’s Power says all hopes of a change after the Presidential Election have been shattered.

Speaking at a media briefing today party leader Anura Kumara Dissanayake charged that efforts are also underway to sell several valuable assets in the country.

Dissanayake said 10 acres of land that belongs to the Police and the Air Force, will be taken under the Urban Development Authority, and will be sold.

He added the present government is similar to what it was before.

He also claimed that the SLPP Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna campaign say them escort the President randomly for gatherings, who met with people, and responded to their questions, and charged that he didn’t express his opinions.

The JVP leader said the President yesterday said the sale of the East Terminal is a conspiracy, is disruptive, and that he is not afraid and that he is not ready to be played around with.

Dissanayake in response said they will not allow the government play with the country’s assets, wealth, and resources.

He also charged that all leaders have engaged in a gamble with the country’s assets and have been brokers throughot the years in selling assets.