Should the government not implement the resolution handed over by the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) to President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, a decision may have to be taken, said Minister Mahinda Amaraweera, Senior Vice Chairman of the SLFP, addressing the SLFP Monaragala District convention yesterday (13).
“Father is at the fuel queue in the morning, mother is at the gas queue, son at the milk powder queue. This is the country’s situation today. We had spoken of this situation earlier. The President invited us for a discussion. With the questions, we have provided the answers to this government on how to save the country from the situation befallen it. Should that be implemented, the country may be saved, otherwise, driven backwards. If a country is driven backwards or being destroyed, there is no point of us staying the government with holding ministries. These titles are not worth to us.”