No need to shed anymore blood in this country – Comrade Tilvin Silva

“There is no need for any more blood shedding in this country. The likes of Hakeem, Thondaman and Rajapaksa get together to create clashes among masses,” says the General Secretary of the JVP Comrade Tilvin Silva.

Speaking at a meeting held after opening the JVP district office at Palamune, Kanthankudy in Batticaloa District yesterday (25th) Comrade Tilvin Silva said, “Today is a special day. For, we opened a district office for Batticaloa. This is a decisive period. Several days ago a communal clash was created at Dharga Town in Aluthgama. Despite it has been quelled, there is the danger of this being roused again. Communalism is not the need of a majority of Sinhalese, Tamil and Muslim masses.


JVP office in Batticaloa

The main office of the JVP in Batticaloa District was declared opened at Kanthankudy today (25th) and a meeting was held.

The General Secretary of the JVP Comrade Tilvin Silva and Member of the Central Committee Comrade Ramalingam Chandrasekar participated.


Audio: Against communalism

An island wide leaflet distribution campaign has been launched by the JVP to apprise the masses regarding the communalist tendencies spread with state sponsorship and the extremist organizations that created communal violence in Aluthgama and Dharga Town recently. The campaign was launched opposite Fort Railway station today (19th) morning.


Video: Hold aloft the banner of national unity – Comrade Anura Dissanayaka

The Leader of the JVP Anura Dissanayaka in a communiqué states the solution for all issues is building national unity and communalism can be defeated only by holding high the banner of national unity against communalist tendencies.

The communiqué to explain mudslinging by the government carried out concurrent with the prevailing situation in the country further states, “Today flames of communalism have engulfed our country. It is this situation that was displayed at Aluthgama and Beruwela. Don’t sow soya and expect gingelly. We get what we sow. During the past various kinds of communalisms were being spread in the country. Muslim, Tamil and Sinhalese communalisms were growing. None of the communal tendencies could take our country forward even by an inch. All what we should do is to hold the banner of national unity against all communalist tendencies.


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