Goat skeletons mistaken for those belonging to dogs

Published : 8:00 am  June 7, 2017 | No comments so far |  |  (227) reads | 



By Thilanka Kanakarathna and Nimal Jayarathne   
A tense situation prevailed at the Aralaganwilla area following the discovery of hundreds of animal skulls from a garbage dump. 


JO MP Bandula Gunawardena told a news conference that the government’s double standards had been exposed by trade unions.  
“It is not ethical to sell the country’s resources when it is in the midst of a catastrophe,” he said.  

The MP claimed that the Nuwara Eliya, Kandy and Galle post office buildings were to be handed over to India for hotel projects.  
He said some 125,000 Sri Lankans employed in Qatar were at risk after several Middle Eastern countries broke off diplomatic relations with that country. The MP said soon after the unity government took office, discussions were held to hand over SriLankan airlines to the Qatar Airways, if the deal had gone through we would have been in big trouble..