No self rule no surrender – Gotabaya

February 29, 2012 at 9:28 pm | Lanka C News.

No self rule no surrender – Gotabaya

Trying to intimidate the Government through war crime charges and demanding self rule in the North with a view to pave the way for a separate state by the Diaspora along with certain international powers will never succeed claims Gotabaya Rajapakse, the Defense Secretary. He also made it clear that there will never be surrender in the face of such threats.

 We will never surrender the freedom won by our people after a huge scarifies to defeat the most ruthless terrorist organisation in the world, which was considered as undefeatable.

He was confident we will be backed by friendly nations such as Russia, China, and India, said defiant Rajapakse

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