Fonseka not allowed to attend parliament, begins hunger strike

Fonseka not allowed to attend parliament, begins hunger strike

May 5, 2010   11:20 am

Rtd. Gen. MP Sarath Fonseka has begun an indefinite fast protesting the fact that he was not allowed to come to parliament today, DNA Media Unit told Ada Derana a short while ago. The Media Unit claimed that the army had not allowed Fonseka to attend parliament citing that he had to attend the Second Court Martial today.

 

 

Fonseka yesterday requested the speaker to allow him to come to parliament today without going for the Court Martial.

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