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Is it one again Mervyn Work?

“The pictures produced herein will confirm the degrading state of affairs of the politician like Mervyn Silva. The eyesore images confirm needing some serious legal and regulatory enforcement against such blatant violators. This is a typical example of widespread unacceptable conduct of politicians and pandankarayas that is progressively rotting our establish culture of good behaving people.”
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(March 26, Colombo, Sri Lanka Guardian) President of Sri Lanka Mahinda Rajapaksa opened the flyover at Thorana Junction, Peliyagoda today (25th) at 7.00 am. It was auspicious time for opening according to President’s horoscope.

The Sri Lanka Guardian correspondent was travelling on the new flyover at Widyalankara Piriwena in Paliyagoda when President Mahinda and other key officials were seen walking to cross over the flyover. We all walked together throughout the whole of the flyover and what we saw was utter disappointment and disgrace to the Sri Lanka society.

Summarily dismissed minister Mervyn Silva and his goons have exhibited thousands of cut-outs, banners and posters on the highway. Writings and pictures therein promoted the extremist Mervyn. When I asked one of my colleagues, who had done this, he flatly said it is Mervyn’s works. We all laughed and exchanged our views about the sorry state of affairs in the country.

According to reports, the iron flyover was completed on record time. All the work had been done within 61 days.

The record was earlier held by Philippines. In Philippines, the prefabricated Malos flyover in Manila was assembled in 66 days. It is 300 meters in length.

It is expected the new flyover will ease congestion on the Colombo-Kandy road.

This was the first flyover built under the government's projected plan to construct 222 such bridges countrywide. This flyover is 325 meters in length and in the first phase, it will have two lanes. The second phase of the project which is due to commence next month, will add two more lanes. The total cost of the project is estimated at Rs. 2.1 billion.

A British Company in collaboration with Access Engineering Ltd carried out the construction of this flyover.

The whole exercise of building this noteworthy flyover has become a fiasco. It has become an eyesore with full of Mervyn Silva’s publicity materials.

When he was Labour Minister Mervyn he did nothing for the flyover. How does he get the time to do any constructive work when he his preoccupied with thuggary and violence to control the civil society. However, they know how to exploit the flyover when it stands up with all the publicity given in the media.

The pictures produced herein will confirm the degrading state of affairs of the politician like Mervyn Silva. The eyesore images confirm needing some serious legal and regulatory enforcement against such blatant violators.

This is a typical example of widespread unacceptable conduct of politicians and pandankarayas that is progressively rotting our establish culture of good behaving people.
- Sri Lanka Guardian

2 comments

Anonymous said...

The jopurnalists have failed to bring appropriate legal action to an errant, dishonest thug who miappropriates public funds pehaps for illegal or criminal activity.

The only solution is to use all available means of regulatory and leagal measure to bring him to the book. If all that is reorted is 'legaly true', i.e., holds up in court [like a birth certificate] then why is he still free??
Remeber the Rodney King beating, the media and others who do not like him, should have the courage to bring him to book, until 'natural ustice' does. Appears that the 'lucky star' is on his side unlike that of Siripathy??

damien said...

60 years of from independence still the British have to come and build our roads! but to open it there will loads of stupid politician lined up starting the from the biggest thug Mahinda

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