Land rescued from Prabhakaran to Sambandhan?

May 25, 2011 at 7:57 pm | Lanka C News.

Land rescued from Prabhakaran to Sambandhan?

It was the second anniversary of the liberation of Sri Lankan nation; Sinhala, Tamil, Muslim and all other nationalities from the iron fist of the most brutal terrorist outfit, the LTTE and its leader Prabhakaran.  He was more brutal than Bin Laden, he destroyed more human lives and properties than Bin Laden.

Destroying Prabhakaran is justified not only because he was the   most brutal terrorist in the world but his agenda was to divide Sri Lanka based on a false pretentious of a ‘motherland’ concept.

However it is timely to revisit the liberation to evaluate see if the true gains of the liberation has been converted to gains for Sri Lankan nation. Time to think hard…….

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