Posted on 05.21.2019 by Chandana Sirimalwatte in Top News List with 0 Comments
JVP has handed over a no confidence motion against the government which they indirectly but openly supported to come to power by defeating Rajapaksha regime, in the 2015 elections.
The Leader of the JVP Anura Kumara Dissanayake said that no-confidence motion against the government which was unable to take the responsibility of the security for the country and its people. Speaking at a media conference held at the JVP head office at Pelawatta yesterday (21), the JVP leader informed this to the media.
He has said that he will take a decision regarding the no-confidence motion against Minister Rishad Bathiudeen after considering its contents. He said that his party does not have a policy of supporting the perpetrators.”The president, the prime minister and the cabinet have completely disregarded the security of the people, despite the information about the attack had been received from local and foreign intelligence agencies on April 21,” he said.“Therefore, the first criminal of this disaster is the attacker, while the second convicted is the government and those who provide protection and assistance to the terrorists would be the third criminals”, the JVP leader said.Even though the Security forces are taking legal action against criminals who provide help to terrorists and aiding them, Anura Dissanayake says that action against the second perpetrator will take by the public.As there is no election for the people that can make a decision regarding the government, his party, being a parliamentary group, decided to take actions on behalf, and the motion to submit accordingly, the JVP leader added.
The JVP, who indirectly helped to defeat Mahinda Rajapakse in January 2015 to set up the good governance government, led the Board of Governors of its 100 day program , and was also in the role of the police wing of the search for corruption. It is a surprise that the JVP, who directly supported the measures taken by the government to strengthen its power, especially for the 19th amendment, now bringing a no-confidence motion against that government.