‘Mawbima’ (Motherland);a Sinhala news paper (clanderstine?)Sponsored by channel 4 soon

According to reliable sources there are many conspiratorial acts has been launched, targeting the Human Rights Council sessions to be held in Geneva in September 2011. These acts are allegedly medicated by the channel 4.  International networks operated by Tigers and their henchmen are reported to be aiding and abating these activities. A news paper titled ‘Mawbima’ (Motherland) is high in the agenda. The aim is to publish this paper at least till September. Two journalists having close links to the UNP are reported to be in the loupe. They are planning to invent news as much as possible to discredit the government

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