The UNP yesterday accused the government of censoring credible news sources available on the internet and demanded that internet service providers unofficially blocking some websites revealed on what official instructions or court order an illegal censorship is being imposed. In a statement issued yesterday, the UNP said that what began as a censorship of websites disseminating separatist propaganda and thereafter extended blockading those spreading gossip and rumour had now been taken further.
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UNP accuses govt of chickening out of No Confidence debate- Ravi K
රජයට එරෙහි විශ්වාසභංග යෝජනාව විවාදයට නොගන්නා නිසා පාර්ලිමේන්තු කටයුතුවලට සහාය දෙන්නේ නැහැ :එජාපයන් තීරණයක්- රවී කරුණානායක
I will respond to Muzammil after PC polls: Ravi Karunanayake
එජාප නව මරදාන ශාඛාව විවෘතවේ
මැතිවරණ පද්ධතියේ සාධාරණභාවය කෙළෙසිලා!!! එජාප නායකත්ව මණ්ඩලයෙන් මැතිවරණ කොමසාරිස්ට ලිපියක්
Ravi’s broadside on Colombo and national politics
United National Party bigwig and Colombo District Leader Ravi Karunanayake who recently created a stir in the party by resigning from the Nomination Board says there is no hidden agenda behind his move. “Nobody should be taken for granted,” says Karunanayake. “We are not convenient whipping boys for everything that is done in the district. People who have done this must meet the ramifications that flow for unilateral, arbitrary and whimsical decisions that have been taken.”
Rejection of Feroza’s application Don’t make a mountain out of a molehill – Ravi K Muzzamil accused of helping Gota
UNP Colombo District Leader Ravi Karunanayake yesterday sought to play down the rejection by his party of the application by Colombo Mayor A. J. M. Muzammil’s wife Feroza for nominations to contest from the Colombo District at the upcoming WPC elections. He said vested interests were trying to make a mountain out of a molehill.