26 July 2022
DID TAMIL MPS TAKE BRIBE
TO VOTE FOR UNP?
The right to
protest peacefully is essential in Democracy. The most structured form of that
is the Opposition in Parliament. If the Opposition in Sri Lankan Parliament is
weak, then rebellions begin.
One of the Natural
& continuous Oppositions in Sri Lankan Parliament is the Tamil group – led currently
by Tamil National Alliance. The natural power of Tamil Opposition was confirmed
in 1977, when the ruling Party SLFP – led by Mrs Sirimavo Bandaranaike was
voted out of government. Following confirms that the current economic crisis is
not new to Sri Lanka:
[Reported the on May 13, 1974:
On Tuesday, 19 July late afternoon, the
Tamil National Alliance parliamentary group met at the residence of Mr R
Sampanthan. Arguments for and against each of the three candidates were
discussed with Mr R Sampanthan and Mr M A Sumanthiran favouring the Dullas
Allahapperuma/ Sajit Premadasa combination. Amongst various points, the Indian
preference was also considered.
obviously isn’t very keen on Ranil Wickramasinghe being the Prime Minster or
So far, there
has not been any official acknowledgement from Delhi on the election or the
selection of Ranil Wickramasinghe as President by the members of parliament. As
always an Indian High Commission tweet acknowledged the recent events but yet
again clearly stated that India will be supportive of the people of Sri Lanka.
the TNA members of parliament (10 members) unanimously decided to back and vote
in favour of Mr Allahapperuma’s candidacy.] TNA:
Cash Deal with UNP – Page 2 – Sooddram
During the 2018 Constitutional crisis of Sri Lanka, TNA fought to restore
Mr Ranil Wickremesinghe as Prime Minister. Then they were part of the Causal
Force of the structured constitution – which is the ancestral force of Sri
Lankan Parliament. Back then they became the avenue through which Tamils could
relate to the lawful process.
If that changed over the four years – then that action is confirmed
to be without belief. If it is true that they received cash, they are traitors in
the parliamentary system.
In addition there is another indictor about Judge Elancheliyan at JVP news site:
Internal intelligence of educated Tamils, on the above, is
indicated through the following:
[There had been a strong rumour at that
time that the plot to murder the judge was hatched in Colombo: the orders came
from the top as the judge had been known to be a fiercely independent in his
determinations; a pimp by the name of Switz Kumar had
Been a ‘broker who had been involved in nefarious activities of kidnapping
girls; soon after the killing of the young girl residing in Pungudutivu and the
assassination of the policeman, Swiss Kumar obtained the assistance of Ms.
Vijayakala Maheswaran ( an UNP MP from Jaffna - a toady of Ranil , to whom
Ranil had given an innocuous “junior” ministry ). This Ms. Maheswaran is the
wife of late ‘Mann Ennai Maheswaran’ an UNP M.P. in the 2005 - 2010 parliament
. Maheswaran had been murdered at the entrance of Pommambala vaneswarar Temple
by Douglas Devananda’s hatchet men. When the House opened after the killing ,
the TNA members brought in a large caricature in which. Douglas had been
depicted as crouching & walking between Mahinda’s legs with a rifle
in his - Douglas’ arms; It had been said that Mahinda had been very annoyed
with Douglas, because Douglas had got the killing done so brazenly: even though
Mahinda had been no Saint , many Sinhalese MPs of the SLFP were the butt end of
ridicule from their constituents. They felt that Mahinda had not only given
Douglas a cabinet portfolio but had given him too much room for him to
assassinate a popular MP within the precincts of a well known temple .
Maheswaran had been a popular MP in the House. Further several Buddhist Sinhalese
have worshipping at this temple for a long time and they were outraged .]
own experience with Judge Elancheliyan, through TESTAMENTARY MATTER T55/2011; which was escalated to Civil Appellate High
Court of Jaffna, APPEAL/74/2016;
LA 33/2015 during the above period,
is that the judge is effects-driven and gets distracted by sensationalism. The above
mentioned atempt to murder Judge Elancheliyan happened when Miss Vithiya Sivaloganathan’s rape and murder case was being heard in
Jaffna High Court. Judge Elancheliyan was one of the three
importance rendered to our matter was largely at procedural level – even though
we had filed our appeal two months prior to the murder of Miss Vithiya Sivaloganathan, the judgement in our Testamentary matter was delivered
about 6 months after that of the judgment in the above murder trial. It failed
to uphold the basic principles of the law of Thesawalamai – native to Jaffna
Tamils. Both cases were death related. How does the death of a school girl rank
higher in importance than the death of an educated man who fell inside a well
and died – 5 years prior?
All ancestral laws protect the community that uses
them with belief. The lack of belief in Native law of Thesawalamai is all over
the judgment in the Testamentary case, confirming lack of respect of Tamil ancestry
in Northern Sri Lanka. In addition, the judge was strongly influenced by
Colombo lawyers who appeared for our opposition. Below is a conversation with a
medical professional (MP) in this regard:
relation to https://youtu.be/Qe0l80lTaIo
man suffers from delusional disorder. Delusional elaboration of understandable
They are usually well integrated and
logical and difficult not to be believed,until at some point they break down.
Psychiatric field is full of this type of
cases, They often fool the judicial system with their fabrications
What is significant is his demeaner and
Gaja: - the lay litigant: This is because the judges use laws that the lay
person does not identify with. This means there is lack of cognitive power.
Hence they bring some hearsay information, previously registered in their
surface memory. They are often driven by the desire to win. It is a kind of
plagiarism. Academics without research or respect for researchers, suffer from
this kind of delusion. In turn they invoke in the litigant, imaginary facts
that are already registered but not from the matter before the court. Powerful
lawyers use this all the time to influence judges whose wisdom in law is weak.
Whether it is the Parliament of the Judiciary, effects
based approach often leads to injustice. One who sacrifices earned benefits, develops
soul-power which never fails the believer.