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    Intelligence sleuths could be anywhere, even at Mangala’s home – Minister Weerawansa

    July 07, 2014

    Construction, Engineering Services, Housing and Common Amenities Minister Wimal Weerawansa said that Matara District UNP MP Mangala Samaraweera’s plan to expose intelligence operatives bring back the memories of how UNP had betrayed war heroes by revealing the Millennium City Intelligence Safe House and the names and addresses of the intelligence sleuths.

    The final result was the killing of several Intelligence Officers including Lt. Col. Tuan Nizam Muthalif who were engaged in an untiring effort to protect the country from the tiger terrorists. The mass betrayal made by the stalwarts of the UNP administration is currently being repeated by MP Samaraweera, Minister Weerawansa said addressing a ceremony held at Monergala on Sunday (06).


    The ceremony was held to present Jana Sevana housing aides to 250 families in the Moneragala district and certificates to 150 craftsmen who had completed training programme of the Institute of Construction Training and Development at the Library Auditorium in Moneragala.


    “MP Samaraweera was talking about intelligence operatives in media recently. He may not know that there could be intelligence operatives in his house premises too. But the presence of those intelligence officers does not mean that they were serving MP Samaraweera’s personal interests, but national interests by the means of collecting vital information,” the Minister said. (Special Reporter)

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