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(VIDEO) ‘Will it be an issue if I say something?’ – Wimal whispers to Dinesh

COLOMBO (News 1st); Minister Wimal Weerawansa said that the government needs widespread unity, and during such a time it should not sack those already with the government.The Minister was attending an event with Minister Dinesh Gunawardena to place the foundation stone for a Technical College in Malambe,Before speaking to the media, Weerawansa was recorded on camera whispering to Minister Dinesh Gunawardena concerned if he would fall into trouble by saying something to the media.Following an assurance from Gunawardena, Weerawansa commenting on the sacking of a government statement said a broad alliance is paramount for the government to overcome the challenges.

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COLOMBO (News 1st); Minister Wimal Weerawansa said that the government needs widespread unity, and during such a time it should not sack those already with the government.The Minister was attending an event with Minister Dinesh Gunawardena to place the foundation stone for a Technical College in Malambe,Before speaking to the media, Weerawansa was recorded on camera whispering to Minister Dinesh Gunawardena concerned if he would fall into trouble by saying something to the media.Following an assurance from Gunawardena, Weerawansa commenting on the sacking of a government statement said a broad alliance is paramount for the government to overcome the challenges.
COLOMBO (News 1st); Although the cancellation of an agreement would affect the country, signing them could  prove to be even more detrimental, says Minister Wimal Weerawansa.Expressing his views regarding the controversial LNG agreement with US Company New Fortress Energy Inc. after an event in Horana on Thursday (16), Minister Weerawansa stated that according to the original cabinet paper, it must be approved by the Cabinet even after signing the agreement, however,  the Cabinet has not granted its approval as of yet.

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