Presenting an interesting political theory, Disaster Management Minister Mahinda Amaraweera yesterday said voters must not topple this government as chances are minimum for corruption among UPFA members as they may have amassed ill lucre enough by now and if the UNP came to power, they would start afresh to make a killing.
Responding to a journalist at yesterday’s media briefing at the SLFP head office, Minister Amaraweera admitted that there may be corruption and irregularities in the UPFA government but the voters must not make it a reason to topple this regime.
“Yes, there may be corruption in the government. But look what will happen if you voted against this government and bring the UNP back to power. Members of the UNP like Ravi and Daya are hungry to grab power and they will start to amass money afresh. This is not good for the country. The UPFA members do not want to earn further,” he stressed.
- Daily Mirror